Kenya scraps COVID-19 tax relief amid debt default risk

“Kenya has terminated part of the tax relief measures extended to cushion households and businesses from the adverse impact of COVID-19 in a desperate move to save an ailing economy closing in on a Ksh9 trillion ($90 billion) debt ceiling, with the risk of debt distress rising to ‘high’ from ‘moderate.’”

via The East African
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