In the media | 28 Sep 2023

Business Day TV: Kenya’s price pressures

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Kenya has been battling elevated prices despite inflation easing from 7.3% to 6.7% in August. Over the last 12 months, petrol prices jumped by 22% while electricity prices grew by 50%. Business Day TV reflected on Kenya’s price pressures in greater detail with Shani Smit-Lengton, Economist at Oxford Economics Africa.

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