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IMF ranks Kenya 6th biggest economy in Africa

– The body placed Kenya at position six, behind leader Nigeria followed closely by South Africa, Egypt, Algeria and Morocco

– Tanzania was perhaps the most improved economy closing the top 10 gap according to the fiscal report

The International Monetary Fund (IMF) has ranked Kenya among the biggest Africa’s economies based on the 2019/2020 budget.

The body placed Kenya at position six, behind leader Nigeria followed closely by South Africa, Egypt, Algeria, Morocco at two, three, four and five respectively.

According to the fiscal report released on Friday, June 12, Tanzania was perhaps the most improved economy closing the top 10 gap.

Angola, Ethiopia and Ghana were contended with seventh, eighth and ninth spots based on their gross domestic product (GDP).

1. Nigeria’ GDP – USD 450 billion

2. South Africa GDP – USD 360 billion

3. Egypt GDP – USD 300 billion

4. Algeria GDP – USD 170 billion

5. Morocco GDP – USD 120 billion

6. Kenya GDP – USD 99 billion

7. Angola GDP – USD 92 billion

8. Ethiopia GDP – USD 91 billion

10. Tanzania GDP – USD 62 billion

 

Frank
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Frank Fremer is a seasoned journalist, blogger and political analyst for over a decade in Uganda

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