The business network for Dutch entrepreneurship in Kenya.
Kenya and the East African region have over 135 million consumers, an abundant, fairly well trained labour force which is mobile, skilled and enterprising.
In 2011 trade between Kenya and the Netherlands was worth KES. 91 billion (EUR. 852 million).
Important Dutch export products are services, chemicals, machinery, transport equipment and engines.
Major imports from Kenya are horticultural products, flowers, tobacco and raw materials. The Netherlands are the third export market for Kenya.
Dutch investments led to a large competitive horticultural industry, which contributes to more than 14% of Kenyan Gross Domestic Product.
Dutch investments are growing in the sectors of renewable energy, water, sanitation, infrastructure, logistics, ICT and financial services.
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