Kenya’s macroeconomic outlook has steadily posted robust growth over the past few decades, mostly from road and rail infrastructure projects. The economy has seen much expansion, seen by strong performance in tourism, higher education, and telecommunications, and agriculture, especially the vital tea sector.
Telecommunications and financial activity over the last decade now comprise 62% of GDP. 22% of GDP still comes from agricultural sector, Industry and manufacturing is the smallest sector, accounting for 16% of GDP. The service, industry and manufacturing sectors only employ 25% of the labour force but contribute 75% of GDP. Kenya also exports textiles worth over $400 million under AGOA.