Although Kenya's GDP will continue to grow through 2016 and into the medium term, trade growth figures
will start from a weak position with both imports and exports shrinking until they recover into positive
growth in 2017. That said, the major transport sectors will ..."
Although Kenya's real GDP grew 5.8% year-on-year (y-o-y) in Q2 2014, according to data released by the
Kenya National Bureau of Statistics and reported by Reuters, the country's freight industry will nevertheless
face headwinds in the form of the poor performance of K ..."
An accelerating domestic economy and rising demand in key export markets will cause Kenya's current
account deficit to gradually narrow over the coming years. We predict that the country's current account
shortfall will shrink from the 8.3% of GDP in 2014 to 5.6% in 2 ..."
Kenya's freight transport sector holds considerable potential. As part of the EAC the country stands to
benefit from transit trade between its major port of Mombasa and the landlocked hinterland countries of the
bloc. However, Kenya's infrastructure continues to hamper this pot ..."