KENYA: Kenya Asks Pakistan For Textile Training Help
Kenya has asked Pakistan to help set up training and exchange programmes to help it improve its textile and engineering industries. Visiting Kenyan Foreign Minister, Dr Bonga A Gidana, said there is a lot of potential for the two countries to work together. Pakistani Finance Minister, Shaukat Aziz, said trade between the two countries had grown. He said that as a result of reforms being set up by the government, the economy would be put on a path of sustainable growth.
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