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With the continuing rally of the pound and a hold on cuts to interest rates, there was no shortage of economic news this week, writes Niveen Wahish

This year saw the stabilisation of Egypt’s macro-economic indices, with experts saying that further structural reforms are now in order

After increasing in leaps and bounds over the past two years, inflation cooled off in 2019

Second-generation reforms tackling structural problems in Egypt’s economy are needed to encourage greater private-sector participation and the creation of jobs, according to one World Bank economist

Chair of the British Council Stevie Spring spoke about the decades of educational work the organisation has carried out in Egypt in an interview with Niveen Wahish

The government should get ready for an increase in the number of new entrants to the labour market over the coming decade, reports Niveen Wahish

Plans have been announced to merge existing cash-transfer programmes in order to deal better with poverty, reports Niveen Wahish

Despite improvements in their health, gender equality, and infrastructure indicators, many African countries are still lagging behind in the areas of security and the rule of law, reports Niveen Wahish

Inflation in Egypt is at an all-time low, but will this be sustainable, asks Niveen Wahish

Senior Executive Director of capital markets at the Financial Services Regulatory Authority of ADGM Wai Lum Kwok described efforts to support promising financial technology companies in the region to Niveen Wahish

Egyptian traditional handmade products need help to save them from becoming extinct and to guarantee the jobs they can create

Partnerships between donors and civil society can make a huge difference to education in Egypt, CEO of the Takatof Association for Development Mirelle Nessim tells Niveen Wahish

Now is the time to restructure public sectors across the Middle East and North Africa region, according to a recent study, writes Niveen Wahish

New Secretary-General of the peace coalition Religions for Peace Azza Karam explains that religion can be an integral part of development in an interview with Niveen Wahish


Bineswaree Bolaky, co-author of the UNCTAD Economic Development in Africa Report 2019, tells Niveen Wahish why rules of origin are necessary to the success of the African Continental Free Trade Area

Rethinking product ranges, easing barriers to trade, and better connectivity are the keys to increasing exports, a new WB report concludes, writes Niveen Wahish

Reforming Egypt’s administrative apparatus is a crucial aspect of overall institutional reform, But how to go about it?

What is the best way to attract foreign direct investment to Egypt? Niveen Wahish sounds out the experts

As Egypt’s current agreement with the International Monetary Fund is set to end soon, many are asking what comes next

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