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Lots Going on This Week in the China-Kenya Business Development Space

A new Kenya-China Chamber of Commerce (KCCC) launched this week in Nairobi to help foster closer ties between the local Chinese business community and Kenyan stakeholders. The new group will be led by the Nairobi business executive Tim Chen, who said the main purpose of the group is to help foster closer people-to-people ties. (THE STAR)

Meantime, across town at the Sarit Convention Center, the three-day Shandong Export Commodities Expo got underway on Wednesday, with 20 Kenyan companies and 80 Chinese companies mostly from the northeastern province. Companies in the agriculture, manufacturing, and construction sectors are among the largest exhibitors. (KENYA BROADCASTING COMPANY)

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