Kenya will consider Singapore’s strategic location in South East Asia as a gateway to its products.
President William Ruto said the move is guided by the Government’s commitment to expanding lucrative markets for its agricultural produce.
He said South Asia, made up of 10 countries and with a population of approximately 670 Million, offers Kenya a “unique and massive” market to sell its goods.
He invited Singapore’s private sector to invest in Kenya’s under-exploited transport and logistics sectors.
“This will check the low trade volumes and scale up our investments, thereby reducing the current trade deficit with Singapore,” said President Ruto.