Kenya Growth Remains Bleak
Kenya Growth Remains Bleak

Kenya Growth Remains Bleak

Kenya Growth Remains Bleak

The future of Kenya’s competitiveness in the global economy remains bleak as the country struggles to contain the heaviest youth unemployment burden in East Africa, IOL reported. Of a working age population of 24 million, one in every six young Kenyans is unemployed–in Uganda and Tanzania, the figure is about one in every 20. This threatens the country’s future role as East Africa’s economic powerhouse, with countries like Rwanda and Ethiopia set to catch up with and unseat Kenya’s lead in regional and global labor markets.


Short URL : https://goo.gl/xOtTfx
  1. https://goo.gl/MfMqgn
  • https://goo.gl/qtzpR0
  • https://goo.gl/Oxfp8P
  • https://goo.gl/SoU5WR
  • https://goo.gl/fb46ev

You can also read ...

Outlook for Global Economy, Equity Markets Brighter
Ebrahim Rahbari remains positive on the global economy and...
Brazil August Growth Lowest in Five months
Economic activity in Brazil contracted in August at the...
OECD: Youth Likely to Face Higher Inequality in Old Age
Younger generations have been experiencing more unstable labor...
Singapore Exports See Surprise Drop
Exports from Singapore last month stumbled after four months...
UN Expert Says: IMF, WB Looking More Like Failed Institutions
The lending policies of the International Monetary Fund are...
Low ECB Rates an Opportunity to Reform
Easy monetary policy gives eurozone governments a window of...
S. Korea Money Supply Up 9.1%
The money supply in South Korea jumped 9.1% in August from a...
Czech Economy Needs Higher Rates
The Czech koruna’s slow appreciation is paving the way for...

Add new comment

Read our comment policy before posting your viewpoints

Enter the characters shown in the image.