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Kenya will continue enjoying duty-free and quota-free access for its goods to the European Union (EU) even if neighbouring countries fail to approve the Economic Partnership Agreements (EPAs). Josiah Rotich, the chief trade development officer at the Trade ministry, said that Kenya will, however, not enjoy other benefits that come with the EPA until all […]

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The Europe Union has released Sh198 million to the Treasury as refund for Kenyan troops fighting Al-Shabaab militants in Somalia after a seven-month delay attributed to a verification hitch. Treasury documents show that Kenya received the money in September with the last refund coming in February in a reimbursement that is meant to happen quarterly. […]

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British multinationals will find it easier to boost their exports to Kenya after the UK Export Finance (UKEF), an export credit agency, signed a deal with the African Trade Insurance (ATI). The agreement will see the UKEF, which offers payment guarantees to UK exporters, gain access to information about upcoming opportunities for its clients as […]

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Tourism Cabinet Secretary Najib Balala will lead Kenya’s delegation on a charm offensive at the International Tourism Bourse (ITB) in Berlin, Germany this week. County representatives from Nairobi, Mombasa, Kwale and Uasin Gishu counties will join hoteliers and other tourism stakeholders in bolstering Balala’s team of 42 Kenyan exhibitors seeking to increase frequency of tourists’ […]

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National carrier Kenya Airways has sold off its prime landing slot at London’s Heathrow airport for an estimated Sh7.5 billion in a move aviation experts say could significantly affect the airline’s attractiveness to passengers on the UK route and slow down the speed of recovery. The morning slot, previously used by Kenya Airways, will now […]

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