Kenyan Chamber of Commerce: More flowers to China

Kenya and China trade lobbies have launched an online window to help reduce logistical cost for import and export trade between the two countries.

Kenya National Chamber of Commerce and Industry (KNCCI) and Amanbo, the first online Sino-Africa business platform, signed a memorandum of understanding in Nairobi late Tuesday that will ensure strict scrutiny of products entering the country.

"KNCCI is pleased to be a part of finding solutions that would enhance trade between both countries, as well as create opportunities for Kenya as an investment destination by investors from the rest of the world, and become an exporting country to China," KNNCI chairman Kiprono Kittony said.

"We want to see more coffee, cut flowers and vegetables being exported into the Chinese markets," he also said.

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