Rabat – Kenyan News website, capitalfm, reported on Monday, February 19, that Kenya’s National Chamber of Commerce and Industry (KNCCI) is on the lookout to strengthen trade with Morocco.
Angela Ndambuki, KNCCI CEO said in a visit to Morocco, “the Chamber is committed to promoting commercial exchanges that will encourage the supply of market information and facilitate business networking opportunities for both parties.” Adding that “Kenya needs to tap into Morocco’s market and export more tea and coffee as they are the best products in the world.”
Kenya’s exports to Morocco amount to MAD 37.63 million, include tea, mate, fruits, and nuts. Regarding imports, the amount is MAD 3.634 billion, including petroleum products, textiles medicines, and fertilizers.
The presence of the delegation in Morocco was aimed at finding business opportunities and partnerships specifically in the agricultural sector. A partnership should also create more job opportunities and stimulate the economies of both countries.