A week after its indefinite closure, China Square store has been reopened.
The move follows talks between the Kenyan government and the Chinese Community.
Closure of the store followed sentiments by Trade CS Moses Kuria who had wanted the Chinese owned store to stop operating and allow Kenyan traders to take over.
In a statement, the Kenya Chinese Chamber of Commerce said look forward to equal and fair treatment to enable a conducive business environment.
“The Kenya Chinese Chamber of Commerce welcomes the good news on the resumption of operations of China Square this follows several engagements between the Kenya Government and the Chinese Community in Kenya to reach an amicable solution to the stalemate and cooperation,” stated the Chinese Chamber of Commerce
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On behalf of China Square, and the Chinese Business Community it was asserted that they would continue fostering collaboration between Kenya and China in promoting investment despite the hiatus that has unfolded in recent days.
“We appreciate Kenya’s government support in allowing the Chinese Community to do business and contribute to Kenya’s growth and development efforts through employment creation and contribution to Kenya’s tax revenue,” stated the Chinese Chamber of Commerce.
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