Kenya is signatory to a number of multilateral and bilateral trade agreements as part of its trade policy. Kenya is a member of the World Trade Organization (WTO) making her products access more than 90% of world markets at Most Favoured Nation (MFN) treatment. In addition, Kenya is member to several trade arrangements and beneficiary to trade-enhancing schemes that include the Africa Growth and opportuntity act (AGOA); ACP-EU Trade Agreement and Common Market of Eastern and Southern Africa (COMESA).
Kenya is also a signatory to a large and growing number of tax treaties and investment promotion and protection Agreements such as the Multilateral Trade System (MTS) ACP Cotonou Agreement, and the Africa Growth and Opportunities Act. This allows exports from Kenya to enjoy preferential access to world markets under a number of special access and duty reduction programmes.
Kenya fully liberalised its economy by removing all obstacles that previously hampered the free flow of trade and private investment. These icludes exchange controls, import and export licensing, as well as restrictions on remittances of profits and dividends.
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