Kenya woos Chinese investors in the agricultural sector

Kenya urged Chinese investors to establish a presence in the country's agricultural sector.

Stephen Odua, director of private sector development and business environment at the Ministry of Industry and Trade and Cooperatives told a trade forum in Nairobi that agriculture is one of the sectors that has been prioritized in order to transform Kenya's economic landscape.

"We are keen to have Chinese investors enter into the agricultural sector because they will enable Kenya to achieve food security," Odua said during the Kenya-China (Shandong) economic and trade cooperation forum.

A delegation of 30 companies from east China's Shandong Province specialized in agricultural production and materials, food processing machinery and agricultural equipment will showcase the latest technology from China during the event.

Read more at Xinhua


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