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Kenya Must Boost Fishing Industry to Lessen Impact of Chinese Imports: Principal Secretary

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Macharia Kamau, Kenya’s Principal Secretary to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and the country’s former delegate to the UN, says the solution to Chinese imports flooding Kenya’s fish market isn’t to stop imports. Rather, he urged the East African country to move more aggressively into sea fishing.

Speaking with The Star’s Eliud Kibii the principal secretary said cutting Chinese imports will only hurt consumers:

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