By Carolyn Cohn LONDON (Reuters) – Kenya's peaceful election has given investors an added impetus to buy assets in East Africa's biggest economy, but a legal challenge to the result and the possible international trial of the winner could dampen enthusiasm. Kenya, like many other frontier markets, is enjoying strong growth, with its rising consumer class and high bond yields attracting international investors. …
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