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**Title: KenTrade Invests Ksh.90M in a Business Intelligence Tool – Boosting Kenya’s Import-Export Trade**

Welcome to our channel! In this video, we bring you exciting news as KenTrade, a leading agency in Kenya, invests Ksh.90M in a state-of-the-art Business Intelligence Tool. This strategic move aims to revolutionize Kenya’s import and export trade by harnessing the power of big data.

By collecting and analyzing massive amounts of data, KenTrade is set to uncover valuable insights and trends that will shape the future of the industry. This investment signifies their commitment to fostering growth and competitiveness in Kenya’s trade sector.

Through this tool, the agency aims to streamline operations, enhance decision-making processes, and drive economic growth as it spurs demand for locally assembled vehicles. Local vehicle parts manufacturers have warmly welcomed the government’s ban on imports of used buses and trucks. This ban is expected to pave the way for increased demand in locally assembled vehicles, resulting in a flourishing local industry. As a result, job opportunities will soar, benefiting both the economy and the workforce.

The Energy and Petroleum Regulatory Authority (EPRA) has also taken decisive action against six petroleum dealers who were found guilty of dumping exports in the local market. The penalized dealers include Dultome Oil Filling Station, Olympic Fuels, Grace Filling Station, Abdifata Abdullahi Filling Station, Edward Guitonga Filling Station, and Modern Filling Station. This strong stance by EPRA sends a clear message that unethical practices will not be tolerated, ensuring fair competition and consumer protection.

Moreover, the Africa Digital Media Institute has forged a strategic partnership with Lunatone for the growth of digital content industry in Africa. This collaboration offers exciting opportunities for Africans, including master classes, remote work assignments, and an incubator program. Africans now have the chance to secure paid placements with international companies, thus expanding their skill set and contributing to the development of the digital content industry.

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KenTrade invests Ksh.90M in a Business Intelligence Tool
Agency seeks to collect big data on Kenya’s Import and export trade

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