Kenyan senate seeks outside views on proposed law requiring minerals firms to use local staff, goods

By IM Staff
Published: Thursday, 19 July 2018

The Kenyan Senate is consulting on proposed legislation that would commit international mining companies operating in the East African country to hire Kenya-based staff and to source supplies locally.

The senate in the East African country of Kenya is consulting on a proposed law that would require international mining companies to hire Kenya-based staff and to source supplies locally, Ramadhan Rajab reports from Nairobi.

The Local Content Bill was formally reintroduced to the Senate this year. An earlier draft...

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