Kenya Must Curb Borrowing to Keep Debt Affordable, IMF Says

  • Debt stock is sustainable at 49.8% of GDP, official says
  • Nation to borrow $4.6 billion from external markets this year

At the rate Kenya is borrowing to fund its spending, the East African nation could accumulate more debt than it can afford to repay comfortably, according to the International Monetary Fund.

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