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Budget 2020-2021: Tourism sector continues to bleed after COVID-19 battered the sector

10, Jun 2020

Tax experts are calling on the national treasury cabinet secretary to cut back on government spending if Kenya is to reduce her budget deficit now at about 600 billion shillings. According to the executive chairman of tax and audit firm rsm, austerity measures will significantly reduce wastage. 

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