A business team from the Middle East will be in the country from Monday and are scheduled to hold meetings in Nairobi and Mombasa, the Kenya National Chamber of Commerce and Industry announced yesterday.
The chamber said it will host over 25 business people in a government-led visit from the United Arab Emirates.
It said the team will comprise of investors in agriculture, construction, renewable energy, transport and logistics, water and sanitation, manufacturing and services and food and beverage production.
Others are are real estate, interior design, outdoor space solutions, auto-mobile services and tourism.
The UAE is among leading import markets in the region for Kenyan agricultural products. The Economic Survey 2014 indicates that exports to the Middle East have been growing by 16 per cent over the last five years.