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Kenya export earnings from Uganda up 57% on tax deal

Uganda, Sept. 24 -- Kenya's earnings from exports to Uganda jumped more than half after last April's deal which cleared tax hurdles for goods such as pharmaceuticals, confectionery, juice and spirits.... Read More


Kenya export earnings from Uganda up 57pc on tax deal

Nairobi, Sept. 23 -- Kenya's earnings from exports to Uganda jumped more than half after last April's deal which cleared tax hurdles for goods such as pharmaceuticals, confectionery, juice and spirits... Read More


Kenya export earnings from Uganda up 57pc on tax deal

Nairobi, Sept. 23 -- Kenya's earnings from exports to Uganda jumped more than half after last April's deal which cleared tax hurdles for goods such as pharmaceuticals, confectionery, juice and spirits... Read More


Exporters of raw minerals to pay higher royalties

Nairobi, Sept. 22 -- Kenya plans to increase royalty rates for miners who sell minerals like gold in raw state and more than halve the fees for firms which process the ore before export in a policy mo... Read More


Parliament delays creation of kitty for debt payment

Nairobi, Sept. 22 -- The National Assembly is yet to approve the creation of a special fund to "ring-fence" cash for repayment of maturing debt, dealing a setback to plans to ease future cash flow pre... Read More


Kenya seeks IMF aid to repay China loans

Nairobi, Sept. 21 -- Kenya is considering using funds from the International Monetary Fund (IMF) to repay Chinese loans after it dropped an earlier request to defer debt payments. The Treasury says i... Read More


Kenya seeks to use IMF reserves to plug budget holes after paying China debt

Nairobi, Sept. 21 -- Kenya is considering using reserves from the International Monetary Fund (IMF) to compensate for Chinese loans it repaid after the Treasury dropped an earlier request to defer deb... Read More


SBG Securities eyes 100pc online retail investor trading

Nairobi, Sept. 20 -- SBG Securities has set sights on facilitating nearly all retail shares deals online in two years, saving clients time spent queuing at the firm's outlets to trade in shares at the... Read More


New internet, phone call taxes increase collections 31 percent

Nairobi, Sept. 20 -- Tax collections in the first two months of the financial year jumped 31.42 percent, reflecting a recovery in economic activities and the impact of new taxes on phone calls, intern... Read More


PZ Cussons launches new Imperial soap, shower gel

Nairobi, Sept. 16 -- Personal care products maker PZ Cussons East Africa has enhanced its offering in fast-growing male self-care market segment with launch of new range soap and shower gel under its ... Read More