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The economy of Kenya is the largest by GDP in East and Central Africa. Agriculture is a major employer; the country traditionally exports tea and coffee and has more recently begun to export fresh flowers to Europe. The service industry is also a major economic driver. Additionally, Kenya is a member of the East African Community trading bloc.
Units sold cost between KES. 36 and 150 million (US$410,000 – US$1.8 million). Despite the high prices, the units are almost sold out. The total cost of the project is about KES. 4.8 billion (US$60 million). As of March 2013 the project was 30% complete.
Imperial Bank Kenya (In receivership)  Kingdom Bank Limited. Kenya Commercial Bank. Mayfair Bank   Middle East Bank Kenya. M Oriental Bank. National Bank of Kenya. NCBA Bank Kenya  Paramount Universal Bank.
Equity Bank Kenya has a market share of 73.50%, a gross loan portfolio of 924,993,804 Kenyan Shilling and 715,969 active borrowers to whom they offer 10 different products.
Water supply and sanitation in Kenya is characterised by low levels of access to water and sanitation, in particular in urban slums and in rural areas, as well as poor service quality in the form of intermittent water supply. Seasonal and regional water scarcity in Kenya exacerbates the difficulty to improve water supply.
KCB Bank Kenya Limited is a financial services provider headquartered in Nairobi, Kenya. It is licensed as a commercial bank, by the Central Bank of Kenya, the national banking regulator. The bank has also been running Agency banking model. Contents 1 Overview 2 History 3 Ownership 4 KCB Group Plc 5 Branch network 6 Officers and management
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Kingdom Bank Limited (Kenya), formerly Jamii Bora Bank, is a commercial bank in Kenya. It is one of the commercial banks licensed by the Central Bank of Kenya, the national banking regulator. Contents 1 Location 2 History 3 Assets 4 Ownership 5 Acquisition 6 Branches 7 Governance 8 See also 9 References
Lengusaka is a small village in Northern Kenya located between Archers Post and Wamba on the C37/C38 road that leads to Maralal, the County Capital, in the Samburu County Highlands. The Samburu people practice pastoralism. Lengusaka is primarily inhabited by shopkeepers who serve the nearby pastoralist community.