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Trade & Investment

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The Ministry of Trade is responsible for the promotion of trade domestically, regionally and internationally through creation of an enabling business and investment environment. Trade Sector plays a crucial role towards attainment of national development objectives particularly as envisaged in the Vision 2030.

Invest In Kenya

Kenya Investment Authority

Export Processing Zones Authority

Export Processing Zones Authority

Export Promotion Council

Export Promotion Council

Konza City

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Trade & Investment Resources

Kenya Industrial Research Institute

THE Kenya Industrial Research and Development Institute (KIRDI) is an autonomous R&D organization established under the Science and Technology Act of 1979, with a Mandate to undertake research and development in all industrial and allied technologies.

Kenya National Chamber of Commerce and Industry

The Kenya National Chamber of Commerce and Industry, was established in 1965 as a private sector body to partner with the government in creating a vibrant economy and united country.

Capital Markets Authority

The capital market is part of the financial system that provides funds for long-term development. This is a market that brings together lenders (investors) of capital and borrowers (companies that sell securities to the public) of capital.

Kenya Industrial Property Institute (KIPI)

Founded in 2002, the Kenya Industrial Property Institute is a centre of excellence in training, protection and promotion of Industrial Property Rights in a competitive global market.

The Nairobi Securities Exchange

The Nairobi Securities Exchange began in 1954 under the aupices of the London Stock Exchange. Today, it is the Africa's fourth and fifth largest exchange in terms of trading volumes and market capitalization as a percentage of GDP.

Tea Board of Kenya

The Tea Board of Kenya is mandated to license tea manufacturing factories, carry out of research on tea through the Tea Research Foundation of Kenya and promote Kenya tea in both the local and the international markets.

Coffee Board of Kenya

The Coffee Board of Kenya was established in 1934 to be the reputable facilitator for the Development, Promotion and overall oversight for the coffee industry in Kenya.

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