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The Kenyan central bank, center, sits in central Nairobi, Kenya. Kenya's shilling is down 1.5 percent this year following ethnic clashes last month, a widening current account deficit and as the central bank lowers interest rates to boost the flagging economy.

Photographer: Trevor Snapp/Bloomberg

The Kenyan central bank, center, sits in central Nairobi, Kenya. Kenya's shilling is down 1.5 percent this year following ethnic clashes last month, a widening current account deficit and as the central bank lowers interest rates to boost the flagging economy.
January 25, 2013
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