Kenya export fresh produce earnings up 33pc to Sh153B in 2018

Hosea Machuki, Chief Executive Officer of Fresh Produce Exporters Association of Kenya, said the sector has remained resilient amid various challenges, as the industry was hit hard by an acute shortage of soluble fertilizer and the imposition of 16 percent VAT on pest control products.

~ Capital News

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