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Kenya joins ‘Lucky Seven’ successors of BRICS

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The February 2015 edition of Fortune magazine says President Uhuru Kenyatta (pictured) appears poised to fast-track the overdue expansion of the power sector and other infrastructure. PHOTO | FILE

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Kenya is tipped to be among seven economies that will replace the BRICS as new frontiers for long-term investment.

According to Fortune magazine, the other markets it dubbed the “Lucky Seven” are Indonesia, Mexico, India, Columbia, Poland and Malaysia.

India, already a member of the BRICS (Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Africa), is projected to remain among the world’s hotspots for capital.READ MORE

Kenya joins ‘Lucky Seven’ successors of BRICS Reviewed by on February 2, 2015 .

The February 2015 edition of Fortune magazine says President Uhuru Kenyatta (pictured) appears poised to fast-track the overdue expansion of the power sector and other infrastructure. PHOTO | FILE  By BD REPORTER Kenya is tipped to be among seven economies that will replace the BRICS as new frontiers for long-term investment. According to Fortune magazine, the

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