Central Bank of Kenya

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Brief History

Established on 24 March 1966 to take over the functions of East African Currency Board in Kenya; began its operations on 14 September 1966. Following the promulgation of the Kenya Constitution, 2010, the Central Bank of Kenya is now established under Article 231 of the Constitution of Kenya as an independent state organ. Its primary mandates are to formulate and implement monetary policy to achieve price stability and to foster a stable market-based financial system. It also

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