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Kenyan traders turn to Chinese market to boost revenues

Kenyan traders intend to enhance their exports to China in order to boost their revenues. James Odongo, CEO of the Kenya National Chamber of Commerce and Industry (KNCCI) for Nairobi County told journalists that some of the major Kenyan products that can be supported for further exporting to meet growing international demand include vegetables, tea and coffee.

"The Kenya-China trade linkages also offer an opportunity, for the transfer of skills and technology from China to the local market even as Kenya seeks to rebuild from the negative effects of the COVID-19 pandemic," Odongo said during a trade and investment forum premised on the theme of expanding opportunities for Kenyan companies.

In January, Kenya signed a total of six memoranda of understanding (MoUs) with China touching on trade, digital innovations, green development, and investments aimed at increasing export and import opportunities for small and medium enterprises.

Source: china.org.cn


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