Kenya’s economy will slow in 2020. The main channels impacted by the Coronavirus (COVID-19) crisis include; a sharp slowdown in the traditionally resilient services sector, severe disruptions of supply chains and lower agricultural exports and activity in the agro-processing sector due to transport disruptions and reduced global demand. Assuming a gradual recovery of the global economy through 2020-21, growth should improve to 4.9% in 2021 and moderate to around 5.8% in 2023-2027.
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