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Debt negotiation still Kenya’s achilles heel

When Treasury Cabinet Secretary Henry Rotich announced that the government had sealed Eurobond III from international markets in May, he stated that the bond...

Seven reasons why Rotich will suck the poor man’s coffers dry

The 2019/20 Budget speech sounds innocent on its face value, but a deeper analysis of the same reveals a massive deceit by a government...

More debt for Kenya as Treasury set to borrow Sh583.6 billion

The debt is part of the Ksh2 trillion the government is expected to borrow before 2022

Uhuru launches new generation coins

Circulation of the new generation coins begins today following the launch by President Uhuru Kenyatta at the Central Bank of Kenya. The new coins drop...

CS Rotich seeks re-election on KenGen Board

Treasury CS to know his fate at KenGen AGM

Uncertainty looms over stability of Sh75 for unga

Grain millers say prevailing economic forces make maintaing the price of unga at Ksh75 untenable

Kenya 93rd most competitive economy in the world

World Economic Forum in its global economy competitiveness report, highly rank's Kenya's business dynamism and labour market

More IMF loans to blame for rise in fuel prices

MPs have threatened to impeach the Treasury Cabinet Secretary

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