Kenya
Statistical Appendix

In recent years, the IMF has released a growing number of reports and other documents covering economic and financial developments and trends in member countries. Each report, prepared by a staff team after discussions with government officials, is published at the option of the member country.

Abstract

In recent years, the IMF has released a growing number of reports and other documents covering economic and financial developments and trends in member countries. Each report, prepared by a staff team after discussions with government officials, is published at the option of the member country.

Table 1.

Kenya: Gross Domestic Product by Origin at Constant Prices, 1991–95

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Sources: Government of Kenya, Economic Survey, 1996; data provided by the Kenyan authorities; and Fund staff estimates.

Includes general government.

Table 2.

Kenya: Gross Domestic Product by Origin at Current Prices, 1991–95

(In millions of Kenya shillings)

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Sources: Government of Kenya, Economic Survey, 1996; and Fund staff estimates.

Includes general government.

Table 3.

Kenya: Expenditure on Gross Domestic Product at Constant Prices, 1991–95

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Sources: Government of Kenya, Economic Survey, 1996; and Fund staff estimates.

GNFS: goods and nonfactor services.

Table 4.

Kenya: Expenditure on Gross Domestic Product at Current Prices, 1991–95

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Sources: Government of Kenya, Economic Survey, 1996; and Fund staff estimates.

GNFS: goods and nonfactor services.

Table 5.

Kenya: Gross Domestic Product, GDP Deflator, Population, and Real Per Capita Income, 1987–95

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Sources: Government of Kenya, Economic Survey, 1992 and 1996; data provided by the Kenyan authorities; the World Bank, Stars Data Bank; and Fund staff estimates.
Table 6.

Kenya: Gross Fixed Capital Formation at Current Prices, 1991–95

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Sources: Government of Kenya, Economic Survey, 1996; data provided by the Kenyan authorities; and Fund staff estimates.
Table 7.

Kenya: Sales of Agricultural Production to the Marketing Boards, 1991–95

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Sources: Government of Kenya, Statistical Abstract, 1995, and Economic Survey, 1996; data provided by the Kenyan authorities; and Fund staff estimates.

Except pyrethrum, which is expressed in metric tons.

No purchases of rice paddy by the National Cereals and Produce Board in 1990.

Table 8.

Kenya: Value of Agricultural Production Sold to the Marketing Boards, 1991–95

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Sources: Government of Kenya, Economic Survey, 1996; data provided by the Kenyan authorities; and Fund staff estimates.
Table 9.

Kenya: Average Prices to Producers for Selected Commodities, 1991–95 1/

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Sources: Government of Kenya, Economic Survey, various issues; data provided by the Kenyan authorities; and Fund staff estimates.

These prices are for calendar-year deliveries and reflect actual payouts, although average prices for two seasons that overlap during a calendar year may have differed. For tea and coffee, the prices are for made tea and processed coffee, respectively.

Table 10.

Kenya: Quantity Index of Manufacturing Output, 1991–95

(1976=100)

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Sources: Government of Kenya, Economic Survey, various issues; data provided by the Kenyan authorities; and Fund staff estimates.
Table 11.

Kenya: Selected Statistics on Construction Activity, 1991–95

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Sources: Government of Kenya, Economic Survey, various issues; data provided by the Kenyan authorities; and Fund staff estimates.
Table 12.

Kenya: Energy Supply and Demand Balances, 1991–95

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Sources: Government of Kenya, Economic Survey, various issues; data provided by the Kenyan authorities; and Fund staff estimates.
Table 13.

Kenya: Employment by Industry and Sector, 1991–95

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Source: The Government of Kenya, Economic Survey, various issues.
Table 14.

Kenya: Average Wage Earnings per Employee by Industry and Sector, 1991–95

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Source: The Government of Kenya, Economic Survey, various issues.
Table 15.

Kenya: Employment and Earnings in the Public Sector, 1991–95

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Sources: Government of Kenya, Economic Survey, various issues; data provided by the Kenyan authorities; and Fund staff estimates.

Includes Kenya Railways, Kenya Ports Authority, Kenya Posts and Telecommunications Corporation, and Kenya Airways.

Corporations with majority control by public sector.

Table 16.

Kenya: Consumer Price Indices (CPI), 1993–96 1/

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Source: Kenya Central Bureau of Statistics.

For Nairobi; February/March 1986 = 100.

Weighted average, with a weight of 76.8 percent for the lower-income index, 20.9 percent for the middle-income index, and 2.3 percent for the upper-income index.