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Government woos Konza investors

08 August 2012, 12:08

Nairobi - The government is making efforts to remove constraints that hamper economic growth by implementing macroeconomic policies aimed at expanding local and foreign investments in the country as they develop a sustainable investment approach for Konza City.

Speaking at the Konza Techno City Investors Conference, Vice President Kalonzo Musyoka said that the development of basic infrastructure for the city will be fully financed and measures have been taken to guard against investment risks, Capital News reports.

Musyoka went on to add that the constitution protects the rights of investors and also establishes strong governance structures, guaranteeing the security of both the investors and their investments in any part of the country.

- For more visit Capital News


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