Victor Mochere


By: Victor Mochere | February 10, 2017

The growth of the Kenyan economy has been steady over the recent past. With the economy hitting 5.9% in 2016 and the World Bank predicting a growth rate 6% in 2017. This attributed to massive investments in infrastructure and creation of more jobs thus boosting the business climate of the country. The expansive fiscal policy of the East African community has enabled the country to bump money into infrastructural developments without pressurizing the domestic financial markets. This in return has helped keep the public debt at a threshold of 50%. This despite the number of risks and threats that have been facing the country, for instance Alshbaab attacks that have affected the tourism sector, one of the key sectors of the country. Talking of...

Category: Investments 

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