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FOODAGRO AFRICA returns for its 21st edition in 2018, with the food, hospitality and agriculture sectors set to take centre-stage once again.

FOODAGRO AFRICA returns for its 21st edition in 2018, with the food, hospitality and agriculture sectors set to take centre-stage once again. FOODAGRO AFRICA will run in three of Africa’s most promising economies: Foodagro Kenya between 4th -6th September 2018, Foodagro Tanzania between 25th-27th October 2018 and Foodagro Ethiopia 15th-17th November 2018.
The industry’s newest products will be on display, with over 200 exhibitors and thousands of buyers in attendance.

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Kenya’s Economy Shows Resilience and Growth Potential

Kenya’s economy is expected to move faster in 2018 after slowing down due to the impact of the prolonged election process on supply and demand and the effects of drought in the first half of the year.

Despite these troubles, Kenya managed to hold steady. And it maintained a stable exchange rate throughout the prolonged electioneering period, World Bank economist Allen Dennis remarked with admiration in December. This resilience is likely to keep investor sentiment positive in 2018.

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EAST AFRICA'S MEGA CONSUMER TRADE EXHIBITION BACK FOR ITS 21st Edition

More than 150 exhibitors from 30 countries to participate at Kenya’s biggest international multi sector trade exhibition.

The 21st edition of the Kenya International Trade Exhibition (KITE) will take place at the Kenyatta International Convention Centre (KICC) in Nairobi from 4th – 06th September, 2018. The event is to create the supreme juncture for local trade visitors to cooperate and source the latest products and innovations directly from more than 150 exhibitors. Various decision makers will associate, discover and display their most recent goods from across the globe.

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New bypass road construction project in Eldoret

The US $58.4m Eldoret Southern bypass road construction in Uasin Gishu county is all set to kick off, Uasin Gishu Governor Jackson Mandago has revealed.

Mr. Mandago said that contractors have been mobilized to begin construction work. The road project is being supported by the African Development Bank(AfDB) and is aimed at de-congesting of the roads in the town of Eldoret.

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