Indian Business Delegation Holds B2B Forum In Nairobi To Encourage Trade Between The Two Countries



Businessmen and stakeholders in the agriculture sector have lamented on the high cost of exporting food abroad.

Agricultural stakeholders came together during the Indian Business Delegation held in Nairobi Kenya to discuss the way forward in collaboration with the ministry of foreign affairs India.

Agriculture PS Paul Ronoh said,”Agriculture is one of the top agendas in our bottom up economic model.We have put the agricultural sector at the fore front and we are ready to embark on this journey.”

He added,”We welcome the Indian government to do business with us.Kenya is the best place to be when it comes to innovation and technology.We are also the preffered gateway to Central Africa.Our skill workforce is talented,skilled and highly educated.”

This collaboration has come at the right time as Kenya is anticipated to become one of the biggest business hub in Africa.

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