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Egypt is first in emerging countries for debt reduction, second in budget surplus
Government’s promotion initiatives and improved security support tourism sector, says report
Inflation is likely to stay in single digits in 2020, so there is still scope for rates to fall further, possibly to 11.5% by 2020-end and 11% in early 2021.
Appreciation of currency, lower interest rates, price cuts across consumer goods, and stability of fuel costs
Egypt has been, and continues to be, a true land of hope and opportunities, and I was glad to be able to contribute a small part – as the EBRD Managing Director for the Southern and Eastern Mediterranean region and Head of Egypt – to some of the many positive changes that have taken place in the country.
Egypt could be part of the G20 powerful group of nations by 2050.
Fears of heightened competition, increased prices, and unexpected weakness in local currency
Measures to improve private investment should be prioritised in Egypt in 2020, says EBRD
Made in Africa workshop discusses the development of transport and communications infrastructure, says Nassar
What has quite apparently thus far so considerably delayed the implementation of the 23 June 2016 referendum’s results, are of course its economic implications over which no consensus seems to be reachable
Since then, the form of international economy has been effective in development plans. In 2016, the list of the ten largest companies in the world included nine companies working in the field of technology, although the energy companies were at the top of the list in 2006
From 20 to 22 November, authorities, businesspersons from both shores of the Mediterranean will meet to tackle the economic and social challenges of the region
Continued progress has been made in economic restructuring, aggregate demand and supply are basically in equilibrium, and growth has become more resilient, China’s central bank governor said.
This came during their participation in the conference titled “Egypt Can with Investment and Development” on Wednesday.
The summit will witness the presence of nearly 40 speakers and experts in several influential economic fields within the Egyptian society.
After taking a few months out to write a book on what we know about economic inequalities, I was struck by the enormous amount of research showing how harmful inequality is for people
Egypt best African country to invest in for 3rd year in a row, says report
Moni, who runs a carpet store in Tehran, has been spending idling time with few customers since U.S. imposed sanctions on Iran, which increase the cost of imported raw silk and sharply cut nearly half of the carpets export.
Egypt’s fiscal consolidation to continue, unemployment shrinking, GDP to record 5.5% in 2020: The Economist Intelligence Unit
Monetary easing cycle to create jobs, positively reflect on middle class, say experts
We’re optimistic for Egypt, which now focuses on measures to increase private sector competitiveness, says head of Emerging Markets at Morgan Stanley
The center expected in its latest report on 2027 growth projection, that Egypt’s economy will become among the top of the list of the fastest growing economies in the world until 2027.
In Egypt, economic challenges since 2016 forced the people to adapt to price hikes. From an economic standpoint, the rising prices drive customer demand lower. To cope, Egyptians are struggling to cut their expenses and find alternatives to pricey commodities and services.
It comes during a Sunday meeting between Al-Sisi and members of the ministerial economic committee.
Visit to witness several high-level meetings with Egyptian officials, says ambassador
Bank foresees inflation averaging 11.1% in FY 2019/20, further interest rate cuts by CBE
Certain amount of climate change impacts is inevitable even if we stay below 1.5C, says study’s lead author
Exploiting our wealth of mineral resources can record $10bn within five years, says Kamal
Egypt is head of African Union, pioneers way Africa can work together, says Malpass
Washington, DC – Egyptian economy will grow by 5.5% this year, the International Monetary Fund (IMF) said in its World Economic Outlook (WEO) April 2019, unchanged from its expectations in October 2018. Further, the IMF expected that the country’s economic growth will reach 5.9% in 2020. However, Egypt’s economic growth forecast was estimated at 6% in …