Budget to maintain economic recovery
Kenya’s budget for the 2010/11 fiscal year will help the country maintain its recovery while balancing internal optimism with risks from the fragile global rebound. Finance Minister Uhuru Kenyatta will present his spending plans to parliament at a time when a rosy outlook at home — thanks to rains boosting agriculture output — is being tempered by concerns about the euro zone. Kenya suffered the triple shock of a bloody post-election crisis in 2008, a drought and the global financial crisis, forcing policy-makers to jumpstart growth last year. —Reuters
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