Kenya China Chamber of Commerce criticizes Moses Kuria’s remarks on China Square


China Square’s indefinite closure has prompted Chinese investors to call for a favorable business environment from the Kenyan government.

The Kenya China Chamber of Commerce (KCCC) criticized Trade Cabinet Secretary Moses Kuria’s remarks, which advocated for buying out the China Square lease and evicting its owner, as being made without consultation, violating Kenya’s policy of an equitable and unbiased environment for trade and investments.

The investors argued that their role in job creation and contribution to Kenya’s economy aligned with the Kenya Kwanza manifesto, seeking to lower living costs.

China Square’s management cited public safety, till shortages, and social media’s misleading statements as reasons for closure.

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