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1. Bilateral trade relations
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According to the China Customs, the bilateral trade volume between China and Kenya in 2005 reached US$480 million, up by 29.7 percent, among which China's export to Kenya was US$460 million, up by 31.0 percent, while China's import from Kenya was US$20 million, up by 4.0 percent. China mainly exported medicine, footwear and headwear, textiles and clothing, batteries, industrial and farming tools, office supplies, daily commodities, etc. The major imported products of China from Kenya included textile raw materials, coffee, tea and tea products, and leather.

According to the Ministry of Commerce (hereinafter referred to as MOFCOM), the turnover of completed engineering contracts by Chinese companies in Kenya reached US$35.32 million in 2005, and the volume of the newly signed contracts was US$67.24 million. The volume of completed labor service cooperation contracts was US$0.67 million, and that of the newly signed labor service cooperation contracts was US$5 million.

Approved by or registered with the MOFCOM, 2 Chinese-funded non-financial enterprises were set up in Kenya in 2005, with a total contractual investment of US$200,000 by Chinese investors.

According to the MOFCOM, Kenya invested in 2 projects in China in 2005, with a contractual volume of US$10.4 million.

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