Kenya Says New Excise Tax Won’t Cause Inflation ResurgenceBy
Falling food prices could slow rate of inflation further
Central bank sees current-account deficit at 5.5% this year
Kenya’s central bank doesn’t anticipate a resurgence in inflation when the government introduces a new excise duty on selected goods and services this year, Governor Patrick Njoroge said.
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