• SME’s and African Young Entrepreneurs get Japanese backing.

    Japanese International Corporation Agency (JICA) is vouching for the nurturing of Africa’s young entrepreneurs and, Small Medium Entreprises for the stability of World economy.

    Addressing participants during a one day seminar on promoting industrial development in Kenya, JICA representative in Kenya Ms Keiko Sano said the Government of Japan considered that helping Africa SMEs to flourish was not only crucial for Africa, but for global economy as well.

  • Kenya and Tanzania agree to eliminate Non-Tarrif Barriers

    Nairobi, Feb 1st, 2018.  By Olem Edward, 

    Kenya and Tanzania have underscored the need to eliminate Non Tarrif Barriers and ease market access for each other’s products and services as a means enhancing trade with each other.

    This comes in a wake of declining trade volumes between the two countries over the last five years. Kenya’s exports to Tanzania declined from US $38 Billion in 2012 to US $32 Billion in in 2016. Likewise, Tanzania exports to Kenya declined from US $19Billion in 2014 to US $13 Billion in 2017.