The team, led by the assistant director of the IMF's African department,
President Kenyatta affirmed his Government's commitment to working with the IMF and other international institutions to uplift the living standards of Kenyans.
The President said the implementation of fiscal devolution, and the ongoing reform agenda in the country, would bring the economy to middle-income status and ensure more inclusive growth that creates jobs for the youth.
During the tour, the team met officials from the National Treasury, the
The IMF conducts annual economic reviews of its member-states through the Article IV Consultation, which among other things, examines economic gains made by countries since the last review.
Earlier, the President bid farewell to outgoing Israeli Ambassador to
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