A Scoping Study on China-Africa Economic Relations: The Case of Kenya

"This study was designed to analyse the extent of China’s Trade, FDI and Aid in Kenya. The specific objectives of this study are to determine the size; a) Composition and significance of Kenya’s exports to China and the SITC classification of exports, as well as the identification of key stake-holders and classification of such stakeholders into gainer or loser groups. b) Composition and significance of imports of Kenya from China and the SITC classification of such stakeholders into gainer or loser groups. c) Composition and significance of Chinese investment in Kenya and the ISIC classification of recipient sectors, as well as identification of key stakeholders and classification of such stakeholders into gainer or loser groups. d) Features (types, purpose, conditions including the extent to which the aid is tied and purpose) and the significance of Chinese aid to Kenya and the ISIC classification of the recipient sectors, as well as the identification of key stakeholders and classification of such stakeholders into gainer or loser groups."