South Africa: SA, Kenya Sign Trade Pact
27 November 2010
Pretoria — Kenya and South Africa have agreed to waive double taxation for businesses operating in the two countries and a Memorandum of Understanding on agricultural cooperation.
The agreements – signed during Deputy President Kgalema Motlanthe’s visit to Kenya – are aimed at improving commercial relations between the two regional economic powerhouses before a planned visit by President Jacob Zuma next year.
The Deputy President and his Kenyan counterpart, Kalonzo Musyoka, agreed that processes to address some of the impediments to trade and contact between the two countries needed to be addressed.
Both Kenya and South Africa agreed to [continue reading]