World Bank cuts Kenya's 2017 economic growth estimate to 4.9 pct

7 December 2017 @08:08 | Reuters Africa
NAIROBI (Reuters) - The World Bank has cut its 2017 growth estimate for Kenya's economy to 4.9 percent, which would be the slowest annual expansion in five years, due to drought, sluggish credit growth and a prolonged election season, it said on Thursday. continue...


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