IMF Sees Kenyan Bank-Loan Rate Cap Blunting Monetary PolicyBy and
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Kenya’s decision to limit the rate that commercial banks can charge for loans will cloud the central bank’s monetary policy signals and may undermine efforts to keep inflation within the government’s target range, the International Monetary Fund said.
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