Kenya’s Money in the Past V: Who Control’s Kenya Industry

Over the holidays,  I came across a fascinating book on Kenya’s economic history that was published in 1968, as a a report of a working party set up by the Department of Christian Education and Training of the National Christian Council of Kenya. 


It’s a snapshot of another era when the East African Railways & Harbours was the largest commercial employer, and the Kisumu Municipal Council was a milk process – and it shows early signs of conglomerates, and the influence of policy and politics that would shape Kenya’s industry in future years.

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