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Kenya and the United States have recently concluded the fifth round of negotiations within the United States – Kenya Strategic Trade and Investment Partnership (STIP). This marks a significant stride in their bilateral economic relations, with both parties reiterating their determination to finalize a comprehensive agreement by the end of the year.

During these discussions, United States Trade Representative Katherine Tai and Kenya’s Cabinet Secretary for Investment, Trade, and Industry Rebecca Miano emphasized their shared objectives and values, setting a promising tone for future collaboration.

Key areas of progress include anti corruption efforts, support for micro, small, and medium-sized enterprises (MSMEs), domestic regulation for services, and initial provisions for agricultural trade. These advancements aim to streamline trade processes, bolster food security measures, combat corruption, empower MSMEs, and ensure equitable treatment for service providers.

The ongoing negotiations signify a joint commitment to fostering a transparent and conducive business environment, conducive to economic growth for both nations. Stakeholders eagerly anticipate the fruition of these discussions, which hold the promise of mutual prosperity and strengthened ties between Kenya and the US. Stay tuned for further developments as this partnership evolves.

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By: Montel Kamau

Serrari Financial Analyst

21st May, 2024

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