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Four Years in Jail or $40 000 Fine as Kenya Bans the Use of Plastic Bags

Kenya has effected one of the toughest laws on the use, manufacture and importation of plastics in a bid to conserve the environment.

Four Years in Jail or $40 000 Fine as Kenya Bans the Use of Plastic Bags
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