By XN Iraki
Monday, July 14th 2014
Conventional wisdom seems to suggest that Kenya is economically facing East. The evidence cited includes increased imports and exports from China, and the increased presence of Chinese firms in Kenya, mostly in big projects like road construction and, more recently, railways. However, the Chinese had come to East Africa earlier — they built the 1,860km TAZARA railway line from Zambia to Dar es Salaam from 1970 to1975.
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