The Times Of Africa
THE TIMES OF AFRICA, on the occasion of 3rd India Africa Forum Summit produced a special supplement on Kenya. It is the most industrialized country in East and Central Africa. Kenya is East Africa’s industrial nerve-centre. Most business is in private hands, with foreign investment endorsing the agricultural and mining sectors. The main export partners for Kenya include the rest of the East African region as well as the UK, the Netherlands and the US. Main import partners include China, India, United Arab Emirates (UAE) and South Africa. This country has demonstrated its strength in diverse sectors viz. infrastructure, agriculture, building and construction, energy and manufacturing and offer enormous business opportunities in these sectors. In comparison to its neighbors, Kenya has a well-developed social and physical infrastructure.
THE TIMES OF AFRICA, bi-monthly reading is well known in diplomatic and corporate circles of India and Africa. The synergy of acclaim, recognition and appreciation has infused in us a gala spirit and made us feel proud since it has won accolades and established itself by virtue of meaningful presentation of credible rich content on Africa-India partnerships, socio-economic issues, business and investment opportunities, political developments, features on travel and tourism and cultural extravaganzas. Personality rendezvous, interviews with Ambassadors/High Commissioners and country specific spotlights are other special attractions. It has succeeded in making successful in-roads to the reading desks of diplomatic and corporate houses in India as well as the African continent. It is indeed blessed with the good genes of its clients and its new fusion look has become an International business statement. We have a very robust distribution network covering metro cities, diplomatic missions, national organizations, foreign agencies, corporate and export houses, business class hotels and airlines, both within the country and offshore. A fair sprinkling of top professionals from the fraternity, former senior government officials, public servants, journalists and renowned educationalists contribute to the team of THE TIMES OF AFRICA.