Kenya Asked to Prepare for Brexit Fallout
The country will be among those hardest hit when Britain starts renegotiating more than 100 trade deals it has under the 28-member European Union, the Kenya Institute for Public Policy Research and Analysis says. Brexit will likely hit exports of tea, flowers and vegetables, and donor funds for infrastructural development projects, largely renewable energy.
Mombasa Container Terminal.
Nation, 15 May 2017
Kenya is now seeing the impact of Brexit following the drop in tea volumes purchased by Britain as European countries increasingly chose to bypass UK with direct imports. Read more »
Nation, 11 May 2017
President Uhuru Kenyatta on Thursday met Prime Minister Theresa May and sought an agreement to guarantee access of Kenyan exports to the United Kingdom market after the country… Read more »