21-04-2020 by Freddie del Curatolo
What will become of Kenya's economy, which before the Covid-19 emergency was indisputably one of the emerging countries of the African continent, even with all the pros and cons (relations with China) and the not always respected sustainability of its growth?
One of the country's leading young economists, Sahil Shah, from the columns of the journal of studies Polycenter, enters the perilous forest of forecasts.
According to the research "Africa Risk-Reward Index"published by Nkc African Economics, Kenya and Ethiopia are the leading countries of the near future in the Black Continent.
The report, which compares investment, GDP, security and many other factors supporting the economy,...
Ten international countries that are part of the so-called "Paris Club of Creditors", which also ...
The World Economics Journal recently considered the devaluation of the Kenyan Shilling and considered that the currency of Kenya will remain at low values, compared to the dollar and euro, for at least 4 months.
Conference in Nairobi on Constitutional Referendum organized in collaboration with No Gags for Journalism Studies Center.
They will participate in the constitutional Lorenzo Spadaccini, a professor at the University of Brescia, the economics professor Giovanni La Torre and Senator of...
by Freddie del Curatolo
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