IMF Says Kenya May Pay Debt Market Price for Wide Fiscal GapBy
Budget deficit not consistent with fiscal consolidation
Talks with lenders will be difficult, financing expensive
The International Monetary Fund said Kenya’s failure to narrow its fiscal deficit may push up the costs of tapping international credit markets.
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