U.S. Sets Sights on Kenya as Sub-Saharan Trade Partner
Completion of a bilateral trade pact between the two nations could reportedly bring major benefits to Kenya's economy and enhance the nation's political standing in Africa and beyond. According to reports, U.S. officials have indicated that they want to forge bilateral trade deals with sub-Saharan countries to succeed the multilateral African Growth and Opportunity Act (Agoa) programme that is due to expire in 2025.
President Uhuru Kenyatta and U.S. President Donald Trump (file photo)
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