The details of Egypt's second stimulus package since Islamist President Mohamed Morsi was ousted in July will be announced within days, Finance Minister Ahmed Galal told reporters at an investment conference on Tuesday.
Egypt's interim government is trying to boost tepid growth, which stood at 1.04 percent between July and September last year - after three years of political turmoil since autocrat President Hosni Mubarak was toppled in 2011.
Supported by more than $12 billion in Gulf aid, Egypt's interim government introduced a LE30 billion ($4.3 billion) stimulus package in 2013 and said it would launch another one of about the same size this month.
Galal had previously said that LE20 billion of the stimulus package would be spent on public investment. The rest would be used to cover a public sector minimum wage.
"It is ready, we just have a part missing with the oil ministry, ... and we'll announce it within days," Galal said.
The launch of the stimulus package could coincide with army chief Field Marshal Abdel-Fattah El-Sisi, announcing he will run for the presidency, a vote he is almost sure to win.
Galal added the government was trying to launch the second stimulus package without increasing the budget deficit, which stood at around 14 percent of GDP last June the end of the last fiscal year. The government plans to bring it down to 10 percent by next June.
Galal said on Tuesday that Egypt's budget deficit would shrink to 8 percent of GDP within the next two to three years.