Kenya's main export partners are Uganda, the United States, and Pakistan. The major export is worth around USD 10 billion. Crops, fruits, flowers, coffee, and vegetables are among the most important exports. Cement, soda ash, and dairy products are other key exports. Additionally, the government is aggressively seeking to extend trade channels to the Americas, Asia, and Europe.
- Kenya has recently begun to engage in the industrial and service sectors. A significant portion of investment goes to the information technology sector, tourism, health, infrastructure, and trade.
- Kenya's main import partners are China and India. The import value is around USD 18 billion. Imported goods include machinery, transportation equipment, petroleum products, and chemicals.
- Kenya is home to some of the world's rarest and most interesting flora and animals. Tourism is an important source of foreign direct investment and currency exchange. Everything revolves on animal refuges and national parks.
- Most industries are small-scale and deal in consumer items such as plastics, soaps, and clothes. A large portion of the population is engaged in such enterprises, which provide a steady source of income. The transportation system is likewise adequate, although it is rapidly expanding.
- Another facet of economic growth is the enhancement of its energy supplies. The government is also pushing businesses and the service sector to implement flexible employment arrangements.