IMF: Economy to grow by 6.5pc in 2014
02 July 2013, 16:01
Nairobi - The International Monetary Fund is predicting that Kenya's economy will growth up to around 6.5 per cent next year as the country continues to reap from peaceful polls in March 2013.
The projection is based on the stronger-than-expected growth figures released by the Kenya National Bureau of Statistics, Daily Nation reports.
On Friday, KNBS said election jitters heavily suppressed investments in manufacturing, tourism and financial sectors, depressing growth in the first quarter.
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