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Egypt’s tourism sector is coming back to life after being hit hard by the Covid-19 pandemic

Economic experts are divided on whether the depreciation of the dollar against the Egyptian pound is in Egypt’s favour

Two loans lately acquired from the International Monetary Fund will help Egypt to fight the coronavirus pandemic and preserve the gains of economic reforms

A drop in demand as a result of preventive measures against the spread of Covid-19 is reducing inflation but paralysing the economy, reports Safeya Mounir

A new initiative aims to preserve the country’s private-sector workforce amid the ongoing coronavirus crisis

While Egypt’s net international reserves have dropped due to the coronavirus pandemic, the overall balance remains strong

Experts say Egypt has sufficient food reserves to last for many months to come

Egypt has adopted a host of measures to shield businesses and workers against the repercussions of Covid-19

Upheavals in the world economy as a result of the spread of the new coronavirus are having positive and negative effects on Egypt’s economy

With the coronavirus hitting economic sectors hard across the world, tourism workers are anticipating the effects of the virus on Egypt’s tourism industry

International gold miners have been invited to bid for concessions in Egypt this month for the first time since the new investor-friendly mining law was passed last year, reports Safeya Mounir

Egypt’s tourism sector celebrated the resumption of UK flights to Sharm El-Sheikh this week

Demands are growing for the government to reprice the gas sold to industry so that it can cut costs and increase competitiveness

Al-Ahram Weekly finds out what is new in the latest presidential initiative to save Egypt’s ailing manufacturing sector

According to Central Bank of Egypt figures, Egypt’s foreign debt is well within safe limits

Egypt continues to attract foreign investment in debt instruments by providing high returns at low risk

The move is an attempt to better regulate market prices

Will lifting custom duties on vehicles imported from Turkey affect Egypt’s automobile market?

Egypt’s tourism sector has been bouncing back in 2019 thanks to the success of structural reforms and promotional campaigns

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