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 Other sectors that make noticeable wholesale Corsets contribution include education about 5.5 per cent, public administration and defence 4.5 per cent. Others are entertainment, health, professional, scientific and technical activities that have low contribution to the economy. It is surprising that the sectoral contribution has not changed much in the last five years. Why? Could our regulation be the culprit? What of politics? Luckily there are bright spots ahead like formation of Competition Authority of Kenya. What of our education? Has it opened up our kids to new possibilities? Of more concern is that our economy appears immune to new constitutional order. This data shows that our economy needs restructuring, so that high values sectors like manufacturing become leaders. Through the 2010 Constitution, we brought new political order, never mind the unintended consequences. The new economic order seems far. The bigger question is who will lead in restructuring our economy, the invisible hand of the market or the visible hand of the government. May be a mixture of both. South Asian nations like Singapore and South Korea used both and so did China. Structural transformation of the economy to focus on sectors with higher value addition could end the tug of war between governors and the national government over money. Could our failure to restructure the economy to fit into the new constitutional order be the cause of the problems bedeviling us, from corruption to fighting over resources and endless scheming to push CEOs in public owned or controlled firms out of offices?
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