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Kenya and Trade Policy

Kenya
  • Capital: Nairobi
  • Population: 40046566
  • Size: 582650.0 Km2

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The BLDS trade collection
The BLDS trade collection

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East African Federation: Tanzanian awareness of economic and political integration remains poor, but there is growing support for political links
J. Knowles / Afrobarometer, 2014
The current East African Community (EAC), which was formally launched in 2001 comprising Tanzania and other neighbouring countries, has achieved two primary stages of integration: a customs union and common market. However, knowledge ...
Rhino poaching: how do we respond?
R. Duffy; R.H. Emslie; M.H. Knight / Evidence on Demand, 2013
This report outlines the main actors in rhino conservation, the major main threats to rhinos in the ‘Big 4’ range states (Zimbabwe, Kenya, South Africa and Namibia) which together conserve almost 99% and 96% of Africa&rsqu...
East Africa’s hub: the experience of South African companies doing busines in Kenya
J. Hudson / South African Institute of International Affairs, 2007
Kenya presents a number of logistical challenges that act as constraints on investor enthusiasm. This is the eighth country case study in a comprehensive examination of business conditions prevailing in Africa, conducted by SAIIA&rsqu...
China in Kenya: addressing counterfeit goods and construction sector imbalances
H. Patroba / South African Institute of International Affairs, 2012
China has become a key player in trade, investment and development co-operation in Kenya. Although mainly in the construction and manufacturing sectors, Chinese investments in Kenya have attracted praise and condemnation in equal prop...
The structure and dynamics of cut flower export markets from Kenya and Ethiopia
B. Perry / Norwegian Institute for International Affairs, 2012
The flower trade from Kenya and Ethiopia has brought direct financial benefits to both countries which contribute to agricultural GDP. Moreover it has brought substantial indirect benefits in the form of employment, organisational and...
Achieving trade developmental goals in Africa’s agriculture requires comprehensive policies and private involvement
Consumer Unity and Trust Society, India, 2011
Agriculture and trade can be engines for inclusive growth and development in African countries. This monograph presents the main findings of country research studies on trade and agriculture issues in Kenya, Malawi, Tanzania, Uganda a...
Enhancing farmers’ participation in supermarket channels through institutional support to reduce Kenyans’ poverty!
E.J.O. Rao; M. Qaim / AgEcon Search, 2010
Expansion of supermarkets in developing countries is increasingly providing opportunities for farmers to participate in modern supply chains. This paper argues that supermarket expansion is likely to have substantial welfare effects i...
Trends in China’s relationship with Kenya
J. Onjala / African Economic Research Consortium, 2008
This study analyses the extent of China’s trade, foreign investment and aid in Kenya. The specific objectives of this study are to determine the size, composition and significance of Kenya’s exports to China, the compositi...
Developing value chains for neglected and underutilised species
M. Will / Bioversity International, 2008
Use of neglected and underutilised species (NUS) can play an important role in improving food security, conserving biodiversity and generating income and employment. Value chain development (VCD) can be a useful tool for realising the...
What role can fertilizer subsidies play in alleviating poverty and hunger?: evidence from Malawi, Zambia and Kenya
I. Minde; T., S. Jayne; J. Ariga / The Department of Agricultural, Food, and Resource Economics - Michigan State University, 2008
The role of input subsidies in stimulating growth and addressing food security and poverty alleviation objectives has re-emerged as an important  debate in agricultural policy. Sharp increases in world food and fertiliser pr...
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