NAIROBI, July 30 (Reuters) - Kenya Commercial Bank (KCB) , the country's largest bank by assets, said on Thursday its first-half pretax profit rose 13 percent to 13.20 billion shillings ($130 million), driven by growth in fees, commissions and interest income.
The bank reported pretax profit of 11.67 billion shillings in the first half last year.
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