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Investing in Kenya-East Africa
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In February 2010, Kenya finally followed EAC neighbours Uganda and Tanzania in introducing a geometric mean for the calculation of its inflation rate. Rachel Keeler looks at the implications. After much anticipation, Kenya has finally revised its inflation and consumer price index (CPI) calculation methodology to match international best practice and new spending trends. Statistical shortcomings were flagged in 2008 when Kenya’s post-election violence caused disruptions and hikes in transport costs for the region. Observers noticed that while this effect should have been more pronounced for land-locked Uganda, ...
Investing in Kenya has now been simplified through the Kenya Investment Authority (KIA), a parastatal formed to oversee ease in doing business in Kenya for Foreign Direct Investors (FDIs). The one-stop business registration concept at KIA has now made investors in East Africa Kenya happier than ever. Starting an office is now very easy and the time it takes to register a foreign company has been halved. Foreign Direct Investments (FDIs) into Kenya are increasing at a steady rate given the continued streamlining of registration and set up processes by the new government. After a long hiatus ... Read More
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