Japan to support Kenya attract investors
05 June 2013, 10:21
Nairobi - The Standard reports Japan plans to use Kenya as a model to implement a strategic master plan to make Africa attract investors.
According to Japan's Prime Minister Shinzo Abe, ten countries including Kenya have been identified in Africa for support in ending maritime crime, rolling out infrastructural development to enable both medium and large private companies to invest in the continent.
The PM said that Japan viewed Kenya as a strategic development partner in the region and that through the Japan International Co-operation Agency it had rolled out development projects including roads, agriculture, education and health development.
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