Kenya Hopes to Continue Trading With UK Post-Brexit

A transition agreement, when the UK leaves the European Union, will ensure that Kenyan flower sellers, for instance, continue to access the UK markets. Under the EU, Kenya accessed UK markets on duty-free, quota-free arrangements as part of the deal signed with the bloc to enable continued privileged export of fresh farm produce like flowers and fruits.

Flowers on display at Nairobi City Market (file photo).

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