Ministry of Industrialization and Enterprise Development Newsletter - October 2015

   

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Consultancy Services for Demand and Supply Side Analysis for Local Content Development Re-Advertised

The Government of Kenya (GoK) has received financing from the World Bank’s International Development Assistance (IDA) towards the cost of the Kenya Petroleum Technical Assistance Project (KEPTAP) whose overall objective is to strengthen the capacity of the Government of Kenya to manage its petroleum sector and wealth for sustainable development. The consultancy will run for a period of 6 months.

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New Office to Make Doing Business in Kenya Easier

In September, the government passed a law that will change the manner in which business registration is carried out. The law has established a business registration service that will streamline the incorporation of companies, partnerships and firms. It intends to provide for effective administration of the laws pertaining to companies, partnerships and other businesses in relation to incorporation, registration, operation and management.

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Norwegian Investors Angle for Slice of Kenya's Growing Aquaculture Industry

A few years ago, fish farming was seen as a traditional practice that was the preserve of communities living near the country's lakes and coastal strip. Now, however, a change in lifestyle has seen more communities embrace eating fish, and the Government's strategic positioning of aquaculture as a viable economic activity has increased both its demand and production.

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President Uhuru Kenyatta Invites US Firms to Invest in Lapsset Project

President Uhuru Kenyatta Tuesday invited American firms to invest in the multi-billion Lamu Port project, arguing that Kenya had taken measures to make it easier for them to conduct business. Marketing Kenya for the second time on the sidelines of the UN General Assembly, President Kenyatta said that the country had opened up opportunities for US multinationals to invest in mega infrastructure projects such as the Lamu Port South Sudan Ethiopia (Lapsset) initiative which links the region.

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Anti-Counterfeit Agency Seizes Sh60m Counterfeit Phones

Electronics brand Samsung has cited counterfeits in the country as the leading factor to its loss of billions in revenue. This comes as products worth Sh60 million, mostly mobile phones, were intercepted at several stores in Nairobi following a raid by the Anti-Counterfeit police unit and Samsung Intellectual Property Right owner.

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