Why Kenya ?

One of the new 7 best emerging markets

Over the last past 15 years, GDP increased in Kenya by more than 440% (2016 versus 2001, current USD). Thanks to this growth miracle, Kenya is the largest economy in the East Africa Community. This robust and sustainable growth made Kenya the second most attractive FDI destination in Africa (World Bank, 2016 ranking). PwC ranked the capital city of Kenya (Nairobi) as the most attractive African city for FDI (2015).
EAC country in terms of Gross Domestic Product
Source : World Bank

A low-risk investment environment

A relatively stable US dollar/Kenyan shilling exchange rate
Source : Central Bank of Kenya

A business-friendly environment

Kenya’s favourable business environment has allowed many companies to reduce operation costs and thus growing their profit margin. By imposing low taxes on labor, the Kenyan government promotes labor-intensive industires.
Sub-saharan African country in terms of Ease of doing business
Source : World Bank

Relatively well established infrastructures

Kenya has relatively well developed physical infrastructural facilities including a modern deep sea port at Mombasa capable of handling bulk and other containerized cargo, four international airports, an extensive road and railway network, an expanding, liberalized energy sector and digital telecommunication networks. The French business school INSEAD ranked Kenya as the sixth most ``Internet-ready`` country in Africa (2015).
best Sub-saharan African country in Logistics
Source : World Bank

A fast growing domestic market

Household final consumption per capita
(in USD)
Source : World Bank

A dynamic agro-processing sector

Exports of food and beverages (Kenyan shilling billion)
Source : Kenya National Bureau of Statistics

The top manufacturer in East Africa

The Kenyan manufacturing industry is the third manufacturing industry in Sub-Saharan Africa. Growth in the manufacturing sector continues to be particularly strong and robust: the value added increased by 3.5% in 2015 and 2016.
First manufacturer in East Africa
Source : World Bank

A world-class agricultural sector

Value added per worker (USD) in the agricultural sector : Kenya versus other Eastern African countries
Source : World Bank

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