Kenya Turns to China for Coffee Partnership


Kenya is hoping to partner with Chinese investors in a bid to improve its export of the brewed beverage.

Picking coffee: Kenya currently exports nearly all its coffee in raw form, limiting the revenue farmers can earn from the crop, and its impact in creating wealth and employment.

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