Consumer confidence in Kenya rose slightly after the election results and before the supreme court d

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Nairobi, Kenya - Africa's first monthly consumer confidence index (KIC Score) rose slightly in August at +11. At this level, it means that the number of consumers who are optimistic is slightly superior that those who are pessimistic (a score of zero implies equal numbers in both camps). …

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