Trump Could Pose Threat to Kenya's Exports

U.S. President Donald Trump's new immigration policy  that has exposed millions of undocumented immigrants - among them over 30,000 Kenyans - to the risk of deportation is seen to pose a major threat to the flow of U.S.$1.7 billion in diaspora money.



A worker at the Oserian Flower Farm located in Kenya's Rift Valley packs a bouquet of roses at the semi automated home pack in readiness for export to Holland, England and New York (file photo)

  • Kenya:   Economic Growth to Slowdown in 2017

    East African, 31 January 2017

    The Central Bank of Kenya (CBK) has warned that 2017 is likely to be a difficult year with the economy expected to contract to 5.7 per cent, from 5.9 per cent last year, as a… Read more »

  • Kenya:   Trump Hands Lifeline to Kenya's U.S. Exports

    Nation, 30 January 2017

    Kenya can breathe a sigh of relief after the US dropped plans to endorse a trans-pacific trade pact that would have exposed the country's exports to America to stiff competition. Read more »

  • Kenya:   Kenyatta's Hopes for Relations With Trump's U.S.

    Capital FM, 22 January 2017

    President Uhuru Kenyatta has expressed optimism that United States President Donald Trump is going to strengthen his country's relationship with Kenya and the African continent. Read more »

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