The study terms
"Growth will pick up to 5,1 percent a year on average as banking, telecoms and the middle class continue to develop," stated the
The study stated that investment opportunities were particularly significant in the telecoms sector.
Downsides of the Kenyan economy are however mentioned in the study.
"Prices of food and oil, and drought threat remain key risks," the study reported.
The few risks in the report did not however deter the President and Chief Executive Officer of
The study, which has been released ahead of the second
Buahim said that AGBF will shed a light on the economic and investment realities in
The study compliments an
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