State woos Japanese investors into Special Economic zones

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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