Kenya to Lead Calls for an End to Subsidies On Agri-Exporter

December 13, 2015

Kenya is keen on having subsidies on agricultural exports by developed countries removed as the World Trade Organisation (WTO) Ministerial Conference opens in Nairobi on Tuesday. The four-day event, which is in its 10th round, is being hosted in Africa for the first time, and is expected to attract more than 7,000 delegates. Since the continent bears the greatest brunt of unfair international trade practices, removal of some subsidies will be a big breakthrough.

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Topics: AGRICULTURE NAIROBI MINISTERIAL SUBSIDIES ELECTRONIC COMMERCE

Regions: KENYA

Authors: ALL AFRICA

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