Kenyan Rate-Cap Law Seen Unenforceable as Wording ChallengedBy and
Banks seeking clarity on which base rate they should use
Act as drafted ‘doesn’t make sense,’ lawyer Sejpal says
A new Kenyan law that imposes limits on the amounts commercial banks can charge their customers for loans is unenforceable and requires an amendment to be clarified, according to lawyers.
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