Trade between India & Kenya
Bilateral trade grew by 57% to reach US$ 2.4 billion in 2010-11. Nearly US$ 2.3 billion
constituted IndiaÃ¢â‚¬â„¢s exports to Kenya. India is the sixth largest trading partner of Kenya.
According to Kenyan statistics, bilateral trade for 2011 was approximately US$ 1.8 billion.
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Dates: 03 - 05 May, 2018
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Kenya has a well-developed building and construction industry with quality engineering, building and architectural design services being readily available. This industry is currently on an upward trend following re-habilitation and reconstruction of roads and bridges etc.
With increase in population, and growing demand for affordable housing, opportunities exist in the construction of residential, commercial and industrial buildings including prefabricated low-cost housing. Investors can also manufacture and supply construction materials and components for the sector.
Trade between India & Kenya
China Heavy Duty Truck Group (SinoTruck) has shown interest of building an assembly plant in Dar es Salaam to cater the growing needs for heavy duty vehicles in East Africa and beyond.
The Chinese Ambassador to Tanzania, Mr Liu Xinsheng, said the company took his invitation to build the assembly plant in the country seriously.
The Kenya Investment Authority says changes in the regulatory and business environment will make Kenya the preferred FDI destination in the East African region.
Kenya attracted investments worth $470-million in the first half of this year, largely from foreign investors, data from the Kenya Investment Authority (KenInvest) shows.
Chinese Vice President Xi Jinping and Kenyan Prime Minister Raila Amollo Odinga on Thursday agreed to further promote bilateral cooperation between the two countries.
The two leaders met on the sidelines of the Fifth Ministerial Conference of the Forumon China-Africa Cooperation (FOCAC),
Tanzania is a blessed country with natural resources which could make any developing country green with envy and the discovery of natural gas is one example of the richness of the country.
Kenya Electricity Generating Company (KenGen) is planning to raise $12-billion to build six geothermal power plants that should generate 585 megawatts by 2016, as it pushes to diversify its power sources.
KenGen managing director Eddy Njoroge says the company was open to different models to raise the financing required.
It is a case of water everywhere but no lean water to drink.
According to the Kisumu Water and Sewerage Company (KIWASCO) Managing Director Eng David Onyango only 42 percent of the CityÃ¢â‚¬â„¢s estimated populations of over 500,000 people are able to have access to piped