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Oxford Business Group’s Africa research comes in several different forms, from business confidence surveys and face-to-face interviews, to monthly sector updates and annual country analyses.
“The bigger they are, the harder they fall” is an adage familiar to anyone who played sports in their youth – or at least those who looked worryingly at an opponent who had clearly gone through a growth spurt a few years early.
As the largest economy in the EAC, Kenya is a major player in both the region and sub-Saharan Africa as a whole. Over the past few decades, its market has transformed from being largely agrarian into one of the most diversified and innovative on the continent. It was sub-Saharan Africa’s fifth-largest economy in 2015, ranked 11th in inbound foreign direct investment and is one of the few countries in Africa that is not primarily dependent on extractive revenues.