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State woos Japanese investors into Special Economic zones

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By Lee Mwiti | April 20th 2017
Cabinet Secretary Ministry Of Transport, Infrastructure, Housing and Urban Development Mr. James Macharia during the Nairobi stakeholders business luncheon on 15th September 2016. PHOTO:WILBERFORCE OKWIRI

Kenya will work closely with the Japanese private sector in a bid to lure investment into the Special Economic Zones (SEZs).

“We want Japanese investors to take advantage of the infrastructural projects that we have kick-started, especially in the SEZs, starting with Dongo Kundu,” said Transport CS James Macharia on Tuesday.

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