Investing in Kenya

The country is enjoying a calm between political storms, with a president focused on securing his legacy through expensive infrastructure projects. This report considers the prospects for the economy, how devolution is faring in rural counties and what policymakers want from external investors

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Post-election detente helps the country get back to business

Monica Juma, minister for foreign affairs, shares plans to tackle homes shortage

How giving power to local policymakers has helped reshape the rural economy

Stalled projects have been kicked into gear, but problems such as corruption remain

BASF’s Juliana Rotich spells out the kind of investors the country needs

Growing visitor dollars are being better shared with local groups

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