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LOCAL MANUFACTURERS WORRY AS DEMAND SOFTENS ON COVID-19

POSTED: 1st Jun

Kenyan factories have ruled out shortage of consumer goods in the short-term, but are more worried about weak demand with families grappling with depressed earnings due to the contagious Covid-19 outbreak.

The Kenya Association of Manufacturers (KAM), the sector lobby, said supply of raw materials and intermediate goods is stabilising with production in China picking up after about three months of a near lockdown.

This is after Nairobi late last month allowed cargo ships and planes to bring in consignments.

You can read the full article via Business Daily here

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