On a more detailed level, Rwanda’s sub-indicator performance is very good. Respect for property rights continues to be the highest-scoring sub-indicator at 92. On management and settlement of investor-State disputes (90) the score remains the same as in 2019. Its scores on the sub-indicators restrictions on FDI and communication of vision and policies have gone up from 83 and 82, respectively, to 85. The performance on transparency has improved by three points and is now at 83. The scores on regulatory effectiveness (72) and institutional governance (66) are unchanged from last year. Its performance on robustness of policy goals and commitments has improved from 49 to 50, although this is again the lowest-scoring sub-indicator.