This consists of the rules and regulations formulated by the government to control business activities in the country ((Gitari & Knighton, 2009). ). In Kenya, the political environment consists of various variables that determine the success of most organizations in the country.
The latest tax system within the nation is less buoyant and very inelastic. This has led to increased rates of taxation, which has discouraged the development of small businesses in the country (Gitari & Knighton, 2009). The unfavorable tax policy has also discouraged various investors from without the country to invest in the country, with the fear that most of Continue reading...