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How duty free tender has exposed country to Sh17 billion liability

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Failure by Government officials to ensure a deed of settlement is entered into between the Kenya Airports Authority (KAA) and controversial duty free company, World Duty Free (WDF), has exposed the country to a contingent liability of not less than Sh17.15 billion, a parliamentary report has said.

How duty free tender has exposed country to Sh17 billion liability

By Paul Wafula | 5 years ago

Battle for control of duty-free shops at JKIA back in court

Battle for control of duty-free shops at JKIA back in court

The battle for the control of duty free shops at the Jomo Kenyatta International Airport has gone back to court.

Kamau Muthoni | 5 years ago

Lawyers defend Sh250 million fee for ejecting Pattni out of airports

A group of lawyers that successfully ended controversial businessman Kamlesh Pattni’s exclusive rights to operate duty free shops in all airports in the country two years ago, has come out to clarify Sh290 million fee demand they presented to the Kenya Airports Authority (KAA).

Standard Writer | 6 years ago

State in plans to indemnify farmers' loss

The Government is exploring ways of compensating horticulture farmers who lost close to Sh1billion during the three-month Economic Partnership Agreement (EPA) impasse.

ANTONY GITONGA | 6 years ago

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