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EEPC India takes its flagship engineering exhibition INDEE to Nairobi, Kenya, the dominant economy in East Africa and the fourth largest of the continent in terms of GDP. INDEE Kenya will be held concurrently with Kenya Pharma Expo.


Indian Engineering comes to Kenya!

Kenya : Powerhouse of East Africa

Kenya, the dominant economy of East Africa, is the financial and communication hub, not only of the East African region but is also among the top economies in the continent.

Kenya is a member-state of the Common Market for Eastern and Southern Africa (COMESA) and the East African Community (EAC). The capital Nairobi is regional commercial hub and the economy of Kenya is the largest by GDP in South-east and Southern Africa.

Within the EAC, the Kenyan economy is the anchor and much more dynamic than those of other member countries. The country’s economy is much better linked to the other economies in terms of investment flows and trade. Thanks to its more advanced human capital base, its more diversified economy, and its role as a leader in the information communication revolution in the region, Kenya’s economy is expected to remain strong, creating salutary benefits to the other member countries.

Why do business with Kenya?

KENYA is located in the eastern part of the African continent, in a geographical area rich in natural and mineral resources, which provides significant economic potential. The country borders Somalia, Uganda, South Sudan, Tanzania and Ethiopia.


Kenya is the biggest and most advanced economy in east and central Africa, Kenya’s economy grew by 4.5% last year. The economy has seen much expansion in Pharmaceuticals, Food processing, Tourism, Higher education, Telecommunications, and Agriculture. Kenyan economy has posted tremendous growth in the service sector, boosted by rapid expansion in telecommunication and financial activity over the last decade, and now contributes 62% of GDP.

Industrial activity – concentrated around the three largest urban centres, Nairobi, Mombasa and Kisumu – is dominated by food-processing industries such as grain milling, beer production, and sugarcane crushing, and the fabrication of consumer goods. Recent discoveries of minerals in Kenya are expected to further expand fiscal space as well as public spending in Kenya. There is a vibrant and fast growing cement production industry. Kenya has an oil refinery that processes imported crude petroleum into petroleum products, mainly for the domestic market.