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Wednesday 10th February 2016

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Set up fund for traders, Treasury told

Set up fund for traders, Treasury told

Media Coverage - 01 October 2015

Small scale traders want Treasury to set aside money for lending micro and small enterprises as stated in law. Kenya National Alliance for Street Vendors and Informal Traders (KENASVIT) will Thursday hold a forum on a report by the Institute of Economic Affairs (IEA) over delays in implementing...

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Kenya ‘locks out’ citizens from Budget process

Kenya ‘locks out’ citizens from Budget process

Media Coverage - 10 September 2015

Kenya is keeping most of its citizens in the dark over its Budget process, a new report has said. The International Budget Partnership’s Open Budget Survey (2015) to be launched today, says that Kenya has failed to increase the amount of national Budget information it provides to citizens enough to ...

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Kenya: Failure to Elect Women to Cost Sh2.5 Billion…

Kenya: Failure to Elect Women to Cost Sh2.5 Billion Annually - Economists

Media Coverage - 11 May 2015

Nairobi — Economists are warning that unless Kenya ensures the one-third gender requirement is attained at the ballot, it may cost the country over Sh2.5 billion more to run a bloated Parliament every year. The Institute for Economic Affairs (IEA) says the best way to avoid additional costs is ...

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Car Retailer CMC Says Goodbye To Kenya’s Stock Exchange

Car Retailer CMC Says Goodbye To Kenya’s Stock Exchange

Media Coverage - 16 February 2015

Ventures Africa – Kenyan-based regional motor dealer CMC Holdings has officially been delisted from the Nairobi Securities Exchange after the takeover by Al Futtaim Auto & Machinery Co. (Famco), a subsidiary of United Arab Emirates’ Al Futtaim Group. The removal of CMC’s securities from the Nair...

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Kenya's extractive sector earnings put at Sh 11.95 trillion

Kenya's extractive sector earnings put at Sh 11.95 trillion

Media Coverage - 08 December 2014

The Institute of Economic Affairs, a public policy think tank, wants the government to institute sustainable fiscal policies specific to the emerging extractive sector. The institute in a research paper compiled in 10 months projects that Kenya could earn in excess of Sh 11.95 trillion ($140.64 bill...

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