Relief for Businesses as Kenya, Britain Reach Post-Brexit Deal

Kenya and the UK have reached a new trade agreement, nearly 55 days before the expiry of existing privileges, as London formally exits the European Union. Once signed, the new agreement will be made formal. The development came after a marathon session of virtual talks between officials in Nairobi and London to iron out contentious issues. A dispatch issued on November 3, 2020, said the two sides had reached common ground on major trade issues. The UK quit the EU, following a referendum in 2016.

  • Kenya:  UK, Kenya Agree on Landmark Trade Deal

    East African, 4 November 2020

    Kenya and the UK on Tuesday reached a decisive consensus on a new trade agreement, nearly 55 days before expiry of existing privileges as London formally exits the European Union… Read more »


A worker at the Oserian Flower Farm located in Kenya's Rift Valley packs a bouquet of roses at the semi automated home pack in readiness for export (file photo).

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