Brexit Costs Kenya Fruit Shippers $79,000 a Day as Pound HitBy
Tea producers in good position to negotiate deals with Europe
Horticultural producers may struggle from weaker pound
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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