Analyzes Kenya's economic growth process in the decade since independence. Based on a series of projections to 1985, examines policy changes which could help to increase growth, expand employment and conserve resources. Sets out the main elements of a development strategy for the decade, tests its feasibility, describes policy instruments to be used to reform the growth process, and examines prospects for mobilizing domestic savings and external capital for the Third Plan (1974-1978).
Pre-2003 Economic or Sector Report
Key issues in the private sector
Agriculture,Balance of Payments,CAPITAL FLIGHT,capital goods,commodity trade,common market,consumer goods,development strategy,Direct value,Economic Progress,elasticity,employment growth,exchange rate,expenditures,export earnings,exports,external costs,financial transfers,foreign exchange earnings,foreign firm,Foreign Investment,forestry,GDP,gross value,growth rate,growth rates,import substitution,imports,Income,Income Distribution,informal sector,insurance,Interest Rate,intermediate goods,isolation,labor force,labor force growth,labor productivity,market forces,member countries,Migration,mixed economy,oil,policy environment,Policy Reform,PRIVATE INVESTMENT,Private Sector,productivity increases,public sector,Public Services,regional cooperation,Savings,side effects,tariff structure,Taxation,Trade Policies,Trade Policy,unemployment,VALUATION,value added,Wages
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Kenya - The second decade : a basic economic report (Vol. 4) : Key issues in the private sector (English). Washington, D.C. : World Bank Group. http://documents.worldbank.org/curated/en/746341468273686090/Key-issues-in-the-private-sector