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The agreement would establish the world’s largest free trade area
The 5.8 percent GDP growth target is an increase on the 5.2 percent laid out in the 2017-18 budget
Egypt is losing ground as a top haven for emerging market debt investors, and interest rate cuts could make its short-term ...
The main objective of the agreement is to support the Egyptian government in its quest to achieve national development
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EgyptAir will offer a 50 percent discount on business class seats on its upcoming flight from Cairo to Moscow, the first ...
The amended law reorganizes sukuk issuance and introduces new financial instruments including futures trading
The World Bank agreed a $600 million loan and grant to Ethiopia on Tuesday to fund roads and other infrastructure projects ...
The possibility of a U.S.-led trade war is worrying investment professionals in export-oriented Germany, Europe's ...
The district is set for completion in three years and will include the tallest tower in Africa
The total budget deficit in 1H 2017/18 was at 5 percent of GDP
Egypt expects gross domestic product growth between 5.3 and 5.4 percent in the third quarter of the 2017-2018 fiscal year, ...
The government announced a list of 23 companies where shares will be floated in the next two-and-a-half years

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