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Uhuru opens Amcham business summit

The event was attended by local and international dignitaries

In Summary

• Forum promotes trade and investment between Kenya and the US

President Uhuru Kenyatta and US Ambassador Kyle McCarter
President Uhuru Kenyatta and US Ambassador Kyle McCarter
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President Uhuru Kenyatta and US Ambassador Kyle McCarter on Tuesday officially opened the American Chamber of Commerce business summit at UN Complex Gigiri, which was a two-day summit.

Amcham spearheads the interests of American companies in Kenya and promote trade and investment between Kenya and the US. 

The event was attended by local and international dignitaries. 

Agriculture CS Mwangi Kiunjuri and Transport CS James Macharia
Agriculture CS Mwangi Kiunjuri and Transport CS James Macharia
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Bamburi Cement sales director Kanyi Gitonga and Coca Cola public affairs director Susan Maingi
Bamburi Cement sales director Kanyi Gitonga and Coca Cola public affairs director Susan Maingi
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Stralink director James Shiganga and senior research analyst Gianluca Storchi
Stralink director James Shiganga and senior research analyst Gianluca Storchi
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Mary Njuguna from FCS and Patricia Ochieng from USAid
Mary Njuguna from FCS and Patricia Ochieng from USAid
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Palladium Group deputy chief of party John Kashangaki and finance service's Eric Kingori
Palladium Group deputy chief of party John Kashangaki and finance service's Eric Kingori
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