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Kenya Fisheries Minister: No Ban on Chinese Fish Imports

A frozen Tilapia fish imported from China being thawed out at a local market in Kenya. Yasuyoshi CHIBA / AFP

For the second time in three years, Kenya has walked back a threat to ban fish imported from China. Fisheries Cabinet Secretary Peter Munya (photo) said late last week that Nairobi would not move forward with a proposed bill in the National Assembly that sought to restrict Chinese fish imports. 

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