Businesses in Kenya are facing the impact of tightened monetary policy that is resulting in high lending rates. The government is under increasing pressure from investors to settle huge pending bills. At the same time, the Kenya Shilling is steadily losing ground against major world currencies, piling pressure on external debt obligations. In the second
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