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Somalia: duties slow down qat trade with Kenya

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by: Enrico Casale | April 12, 2024

Qat exports from Kenya to Somalia are slowing down due to heavy tariffs. The stimulant leaves are taxed at $4.50 per kilogram, a tax that is unaffordable for Somali traders. Traders say that with the commission in place, the stimulant in Mogadishu must be sold for more than $30 for a pack, which many consumers cannot afford. Hence a market collapse.

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