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IMF: Kenyan economy likely to grow in 2013

Feb 14 2013 15:47 Reuters

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Nairobi - The International Monetary Fund expects the Kenyan economy to grow at least 5.5 to 6% this year from an estimated 4.5% to 5% in 2012, a senior fund official said on Thursday. 

"Kenya has stayed the course of its economic reforms and this has worked quite well," Domenico Fanizza, who has been leading a mission to Kenya under the IMF's Extended Credit Facility, told a news conference

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