What Kenya is seeking in free trade deal talks with America

A worker picks flowers at Molo River Roses farm in Rongai, Nakuru County, on June 9, 2020. PHOTO | CHEBOITE KIGEN | NATION MEDIA GROUP


What you need to know:

  • Business experts have already warned Kenya to be cautious considering she is entering into an agreement with a superpower.
  • American Chamber of Commerce-Kenya chief executive Maxwell Okello said investment by US companies in Kenya will greatly benefit SMEs.
  • The framework will also support development and competitiveness of key agricultural value chains in Kenya.

Kenya’s need to export value-added agricultural products dominated the first round of talks with America after its formal launch on Wednesday last week.

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