Ruto takes ‘economic diplomacy’ a notch higher

Ruto takes ‘economic diplomacy’ a notch higher

President William Ruto has been receiving an enviable array of foreign dignitaries since his inauguration last September, with most of the visits anchored on diplomatic ties, international cooperation, trade, investment, security, immigration and climate change.

Electric vehicles give matatu industry a lift

Electric vehicles give matatu industry a lift

Winds of change are gradually sweeping across the chaotic public transport sector as players embrace electric buses, tuktuks, and boda bodas, which are transforming the industry not only in terms of vehicles used but also practices.

Kenya in quest to be Africa’s business hub

Kenya in quest to be Africa’s business hub

Kenya is pitching to be the preferred business hub for a single market comprising 29 African countries within three trading blocs, which will do business with the European Union (EU) and accelerate economic integration of Eastern and Southern Africa.

The case for a digital ID

The case for a digital ID

The need to grow e-commerce, have safe access to digitised services, curb online fraud, ease identification burden for citizens and help the nation in development planning is making the government develop a digital identity.

Tapping the power of SMEs to grow economy

Tapping the power of SMEs to grow economy

Government increases investment in the MSMEs sector to create jobs, support livelihoods and revive the economy whose growth slowed down last year to 4.8 per cent from 7.6 per cent in 2021.

Kenya races to be the regional medical hub

Kenya races to be the regional medical hub

Kenya is poised to become the regional medical tourism destination and pharmaceutical manufacturing hub if the ongoing investments in healthcare infrastructure and global collaborations are anything to go by.

State in all-out drive to woo foreign firms

State in all-out drive to woo foreign firms

The government has stepped up efforts to attract foreign investment into the country as it seeks to create more jobs and boost economic growth. President William Ruto is leading the drive that has seen him meet various Heads of State and business leaders to sell what the country offers.

This is our path to economic recovery – Treasury

This is our path to economic recovery – Treasury

The government is hopeful of positive economic growth this year due to increased investment in MSMEs as well as high rainfall that is expected to boost agricultural production. The National Treasury is optimistic that the country would register positive economic growth this and coming years due to the interventions it has put in place to stimulate recovery.