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Egypt's Finance ministry allocates EGP6.4 billion for health, railways and other services

MENA , Ahram Online , Sunday 21 Oct 2018
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Egypt’s Finance Minister Mohamed Mait (Photo: Ahram gate)
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Egypt's Finance Minister Mohamed Mait has approved an urgent financial allocation worth EGP 6.4 billion for state-affiliated institutions and bodies, a statement by the ministry read.

The funds are planned to go to the Public Authority of Supply, the Supreme Council of Culture, the General Authority for Health Insurance, the Supreme Council for Media, the Egyptian National Railways, and other bodies to meet their obligations in September, said the Finance Ministry in a press release on Saturday.

Atotal sum of EGP 861.5 million will be allocated for the General Authority for Health Insurance, according to the statement.


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