Canada has a well-established trading relationship with Kenya, which has an open-to-business environment and is a regional transportation hub.
Two-way merchandise trade reached $132.9 million in 2013, consisting of $110.3 million in exports to, and more than $22.6 million in imports from, Kenya.
Canadian investments in Kenya are most notable in the natural resources sector, where junior exploration companies are actively seeking mineral and oil deposits. Other major Canadian investments include aircraft service centers, call centers and hotels. Opportunities exist for Canadian companies in the extractives, cleantech, transportation infrastructure, and education sectors.