Kenya Vision 2030

East Africa's commercial hub welcomes investors

Kenya has long recognized the benefits of inward investments and has welcomed overseas companies looking to do business in and with Kenya for decades. With its stable, pro-business government, and access to lucrative markets, Kenya is a perfect investment destination for Chinese investors.

Sino-Kenyan trade reaches record high

As a major producer of agricultural and industrial goods, Kenya boasts one of Africa's leading export-oriented economies and enjoys excellent trade relations with many foreign countries, particularly China.

Strategy that shines a light on Kenya's future

Kenya's Vision 2030 development blueprint was officially launched by President Kibaki and Prime Minister Odinga at a special ceremony in June 2008.

Open for business in every sector

Promising foreign direct investment (FDI) opportunities can be found right throughout Kenya's diverse economy and range of business sectors, manufacturing industries and commercial services.

Energy sector offers major opportunities

Kenya's energy sector will be a key enabler for Vision 2030, with opportunities in petroleum, Liquefied Petroleum Gas (LPG), the electricity sub-sector, coal, and renewable energies, including geothermal and hydropower.

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