Why Kenya's Dumping of Illegal Sugar in the Ocean Was Bad Policy
The Kenyan government has destroyed 400 tones of contraband sugar valued at U.S.$279,000 by dumping it into the Indian Ocean. Industrialisation secretary Adan Mohamed has warned that they will be destroying counterfeit goods found at the port belonging to smugglers who seek to deny government revenue and also hurt the local industries.
Nation, 16 May 2018
A few months back, I was trying to convince eager students of law that an integration of economic principles in their education is essential. Understandably, they took my claim for… Read more »
Bags of sugar (file photo).
Nation, 12 May 2018
Four hundred tonnes of contraband sugar valued at Sh28m has been dumped in the Indian Ocean on Saturday. Read more »