Tanzanian Traders Smell Rat in Kenya's LPG Import Ban
An association for liquefied petroleum gas says influential Kenyan firms want to monopolise the business in that country. "The consequence of the ban is that some companies in Kenya operate in a monopolistic setup, contrary to fair competition practices as set by East African common market rules," the association says.
Daily News, 20 July 2017
A LOCAL association for liquefied petroleum gas (LPG) traders is smelling a rat in the recent decision by the government of Kenya to ban LPG imports from Tanzania, pointing an… Read more »
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Nation, 4 July 2017
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Nation, 2 July 2017
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