Kenya's Finance Minister Predicts Growth Will Reach 6.1% In 2016

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Kenya's economy is expected to grow 6.1 percent in 2016 as the government trims its budget and current account deficits. This is according to Finance Minister, Henry Rotich who also says that low oil prices have lowered the import bill. The current account deficit was fuelled by a growth of imports like oil and consumer goods which was not matched by growth in exports.
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