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Kenya and India move to build stronger business partnership

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Kenya wants India help to convert the Export Processing Zones (EPZs) into Special Economic Zones (SEZs). Photo/FILE

Workers at an Export Processing Zone. While under Export Processing Zones Act (EPZ Act) the activities of EPZ enterprises are limited to manufacturing, commercial and service activities, the SEZ Act provides a long non-exhaustive list of activities. Photo/FILE 


Posted  Thursday, October 21   2010 at  00:00

Other agreements were that Rail India Technical and Economic Service (RITES) provide its services in development of cruise ship facilities at the ports of Mombasa and Lamu through waterway development, river engineering and river terminals.


Consultancy services

RITES proposed to provide technical consultancy services for development of waterway by undertaking studies for river consultancy measures, design of river terminals for cargo loading and unloading, advice on vessels and over navigation facilities. 

It also proposed to conduct studies to establish waterway connectivity to ports of Mombasa and Lamu for development of cruise and cargo transport ship facilities.

The company also proposed to participate in the development of the Nairobi Metropolitan Mass Rapid Transit Programme and Rapid Light Rail.

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