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Foreign ministry’s spokesperson says hearing ignored achievements of Egypt in region and in counter terrorism
The Egyptian pound lost 16% of its value against the US dollar during Morsi’s presidency and lost 23% of its value during the first two years of Al-Sisi’s presidency
Gulf country’s move shows continued support for Egyptian roadmap
New play indirectly addresses controversial issue of US aid to Egypt.
Fahmy discusses situation in Egypt with EU envoy as EU-Egypt relations come under review
Experts: Uncertainty has become the future of the Egyptian economy, A number of financial and economic advisers agree that President Mohamed Morsi’s decisions worsened the economy
President Morsi condemns Al-Assad regime and Hezbollah for ‘flagrant aggression’ and pledges to provide financial aid to the Syrian rebels.
Analysts say increase is ‘temporary’
Qatar, Turkey and Saudi Arabia prominent nations for giving Egypt financial aid, so far totalling $8.5bn
EGYPT’S BUDGET DEFICIT: WHY NO ONE WANTS CUTS By Farah Halime, Rebel Economy While many people generally agree that governments faced with deficits must cut spending, most do not like cuts to specific programmes. It’s the same everywhere, not least in the US where a national survey found that for 18 of 19 programs tested, the majority wanted either …
Many countries have extended sympathies to the victims of the twin quakes