- Published: Thursday, 27 July 2017 10:24
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Chinese e-commerce tycoon Jack Ma has been impressed with his two-day visit to Kenya, and the Alibaba founder admits that he will be considering making investments in the country. Asia’s richest man traveled to the country on his first visit to Africa, along with a delegation of China’s richest billionaires including internet tycoon Bob Xu, founder and chairman of Mengniu Dairy, Niu Gensheng, real estate tycoon Huang Youlong, and Alibaba founding partner Lucy Peng, according to ITNewsAfrica. Ma made numerous appearances during the two days, speaking with young entrepreneurs on a few occasions while also addressing hundreds of senior executives from the East African nation in a large ballroom at a five-star hotel.