Kenya's domestic services sector
Author(s)/Corporate Author (s)Githinji, J.W.;
United Nations.|bEconomic Commission for Africa.;
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In Kenya the service sector is very important in that, for example in 1990, it accounted for more than 50 per cent of total wage employment and more than 40 percent of total earnings. In terms of GDP the service sector contributed more than 40 percent in 1994.The main elements in the service sectors are Tourism which covers hotel and immigration statistics; transport and communications; finance, insurance, real estate and business services; ownership of dwelling units; arid other service which include among others administration, defense, education and health service in public sector as well as community and social services in the private sector.