U.S. Eyes Chunk of Key Sectors In Kenyan Trade Deal
The U.S. government has made public a summary of key negotiation points in the proposed bilateral deal, which will see Kenya lift tariffs on all U.S. agricultural products and open its maritime, textile, telecommunications, financial services and other industries, including those classified as sensitive sectors, to U.S. investors. According to some, this agreement may cripple sectors such as agriculture and manufacturing.
Michael Koome Mburugu, in one of the pig pens in his farm in Meru County (file photo).
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