Brexit Costs Kenya Fruit Shippers $79,000 a Day as Pound Hit

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Britain’s decision to leave the European Union is costing Kenyan fresh-produce exporters 8 million shillings ($79,000) a day because of the pound’s slump against the dollar, the head of the industry association said.

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