President Uhuru Kenyatta is expected to travel to China next month to sign a deal for exportation of avocados, mangoes and cashew nuts.
The President said he will lead a strong delegation of horticultural farmers and traders to China for the first Shanghai Import Expo.
This will open doors for the exportation of more than 40 per cent of Kenya's fresh produce to the expansive Chinese market.
During the Shanghai visit, the President is also expected to sign an MoU for the establishment of a trade negotiation working group.
China has remained the biggest lender to Kenyan economy with some quarters saying the loans might plunge the country into a debt trap.
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