CBK says economy to grow 6%

The Central Bank of Kenya said Thursday 18 January in its monthly report that the economy grew at the rate of 5.8 per cent last year and will grow at 6 per cent this year.

The figure is in agreement with a report released by Old Mutual Asset Managers which also predicts that the economy will continue growing at the same rate this year despite the impending elections.

Old Mutual Asset Managers Rick Ashley CEO, said the growth of the economy will be driven by rising tourism inflows and the

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