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Kenya's economic treadmill

31 December 2007 By Martin Hutchinson

The rancour over the reelection of Kibaki won’t change much economically. Kenya differs from successful African countries like Ghana, Mali and Botswana in two ways: faster population growth and greater corruption. Solving those problems is crucial, but may now be harder.

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