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Why food manufacturing firms are so hard to start and sustain

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Kenya’s Import Dependency Ratio (IDR) worsened from 15.4 per cent in 2018 to 16.4 per cent in 2019.

Why food manufacturing firms are so hard to start and sustain

By Awal Mohammed | 3 months ago

Spike in food and fuel prices pushes cost of living to 16-month high

Spike in food and fuel prices pushes cost of living to 16-month high

Food and fuel, which take up a huge chunk of people’s income, contributed to the spike in cost of living.

Dominic Omondi | 3 months ago

Help farmers, but not at the expense of the local economy

Kudos to the MPs for standing with the millions of poor farmers, some of who have buckled under the heavyweight of cheap imported products.

Editorial | 3 months ago

Egypt’s Comesa link stalls State fight against cheap food imports

Kenya is among the member counties that apply 100 per cent tariff reductions, which means that every good that comes from Egypt does not attract duty.

Dominic Omondi | 3 months ago

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