National government is working with counties and private sectors to eliminate investment bottlenecks

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The national government says it is working with counties and the private sector to eliminate investment bottlenecks at the county level. According to trade and industrialization cabinet secretary Peter Munya, the bid is part of new policy guidelines currently before the cabinet aimed at easing the cost of doing business. Munya was speaking during the launch of EABL’s new brand identity said the new policies are aimed at supporting manufacturing under the big 4 agenda.

EABL says it has invested over sh. 40 billion in facility and value chain expansion in Kenya and the wider East African region the company says it expects to invest additional funds in creating new opportunities for farmers and distributors across the country as it looks to increase production and diversify its product offering.

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