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Kenya : Unleashing the Potential for Trade and Growth

ADMINISTRATIVE COSTS ADMINISTRATIVE PROCEDURES AGRICULTURAL COMMODITIES AGRICULTURAL PRACTICES AGRICULTURAL SECTOR AGRICULTURE BENCHMARK BENCHMARKING BORDER MANAGEMENT BRIDGE CAPITAL GOODS COMMON MARKET COMPARATIVE ADVANTAGE COMPETITIVE POSITION COMPETITIVENESS CONSUMER PRICE INDEX CONSUMERS CONTAINER TERMINAL CUSTOMS CUSTOMS UNION DEVELOPMENT AGENCY DEVELOPMENT STRATEGY DOMESTIC INPUTS DOMESTIC PRICE DRIVERS DRIVING ECONOMIC COOPERATION ECONOMIC PERFORMANCE EXPORT COMPETITIVENESS EXPORT DIVERSIFICATION EXPORT FINANCE EXPORT FINANCING EXPORT GROWTH EXPORT MARKET EXPORT MARKETS EXPORT PERFORMANCE EXPORT PROMOTION EXPORT PROSPECTS EXPORT SECTORS EXPORT TRADE EXPORT-ORIENTED INDUSTRIES EXPORTERS EXPORTS EXTERNAL TARIFF GDP GLOBAL ECONOMY GNP GNP PER CAPITA GROWTH POTENTIAL GROWTH RATE HIGH TARIFFS HIGH TRADE BARRIERS IMPORT QUOTAS IMPORT SECTOR IMPORTS INDUSTRIAL SECTOR INTERNATIONAL MARKETS INTERNATIONAL PRODUCTION INTERNATIONAL TRADE INVESTMENT FLOWS LEGAL FRAMEWORK MACROECONOMIC CONDITIONS MARKET ACCESS MONETARY POLICY MOST FAVORED NATION MULTILATERAL LEVEL MULTILATERAL NEGOTIATIONS MULTILATERAL TRADE POLICY MAKERS POPULATION GROWTH POTENTIAL BENEFITS PRICE LEVELS REAL EXCHANGE RATE REGIONAL INTEGRATION REGIONAL TRADE REGIONAL TRADE INTEGRATION REGULATORY BARRIERS REGULATORY FRAMEWORK ROAD ROAD QUALITY ROADS SAFEGUARD CLAUSE SAFETY STATISTICAL DATA SUB-SAHARAN AFRICA TARIFF DISPERSION TARIFF SCHEDULE TAX TAXATION TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE TECHNICAL BARRIERS TELECOMMUNICATIONS TOTAL COSTS TOURISM TOURISM INDUSTRY TRADE AGREEMENTS TRADE BARRIERS TRADE DATA TRADE DIVERSION TRADE FACILITATION TRADE FINANCE TRADE FLOWS TRADE IN SERVICES TRADE INTEGRATION TRADE ISSUES TRADE LOGISTICS TRADE OPENNESS TRADE PERFORMANCE TRADE POLICIES TRADE POLICY TRADE POLICY FORMULATION TRADE REGIME TRANSPORT TRANSPORT COSTS TRANSPORT EQUIPMENT TRANSPORT FACILITATION TRANSPORT INFRASTRUCTURE TRUCKS VALUE ADDED WAGES WEALTH WORKING CAPITAL WORLD MARKETS WORLD TRADE WORLD TRADE ORGANIZATION WTO
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Washington, DC
Africa | East Africa | Sub-Saharan Africa | Kenya
2012-06-14T15:05:25Z | 2012-06-14T15:05:25Z | 2007-02

There is tremendous potential for trade to play a key role in driving and sustaining growth and poverty reduction in Kenya. There is significant potential for greater participation in international markets to support growth and poverty reduction. Kenya has had some notable achievements: in cut flowers and fresh vegetables. This report assesses Kenya's trade performance, and identifies key domestic constraints to its further integration into the global economy. Furthermore, the report advances a set of recommendations to tackle these constraints, with a focus on how trade can contribute to growth and poverty reduction in the country. Specifically, the report aims to support the Government o f Kenya (GOK) to: realize its Investment Program for the Economic Recovery Strategy for Wealth and Employment Creation 2003-2007 (IP-ERS), to implement its National Export Strategy (NES); to implement its Private Sector Development strategy and formulate a trade-policy strategy.

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