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Transparency news April 2nd 2014

April 02 nd.

 

Nation Business: Mumias Sugar boss sent home as imports investigation starts
Mumias Sugar Company chief executive Peter Kebati has been suspended to pave the way for investigations into claims of dumping of cheap imports.

Nation Business: Rogue fuel dealers put on notice
The County Government of Busia has put on notice petrol stations who sell adulterated fuel

Nation Business: Balala asks mining firms to apply for new licences

Companies whose prospecting and mining licences were revoked last year have been asked to re-apply

Standard Business: Kebs ignored PPOA order, awarded tender to Japanese inspection firm
Japan Export Vehicle Inspection Centre Company Limited (Jevic), the firm behind the controversial importation of defective and overage motor vehicles, got the export pre-shipment inspection tender from the Kenya Bureau of Standards under contentious circumstances in.

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