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Egypt’s current account deficit increased by half in the second quarter of 2020-21

Egypt hopes to boost growth by implementing a new raft of economic reforms

Al-Ahram Weekly reports on the history and significance of the Suez Canal

The new year brings new challenges and opportunities to the banking sector in Egypt

The government is overhauling its decades-long problem of ballooning public debt

A new report has highlighted the fact that sectors with low value-added and limited productivity are attracting more Egyptians of working age

Jitters on the stock exchange after the resignation of the chairman of the Commercial International Bank will not affect its strong market position

While Egypt has fared better than its emerging-market peers during the Covid-19 pandemic, according to recent reports it has not come out unscathed

Egypt has seen subdued inflation rates over recent months, but this may be a mixed blessing

The government and private sector are eyeing new methods of borrowing, including through green and sukuk Islamic bonds

Despite the restrictions put in place to halt the spread of the coronavirus, there is still much good news on the economy

The impacts of the coronavirus pandemic are being felt on Egypt’s main hard-currency earners

Sherine Abdel-Razek reports on the planned purchase of majority stakes in the state-owned Arab Investment Bank

While many austerity measures have been taken since 2014, the past six years have also witnessed the introduction of many ambitious social-protection programmes, reports Sherine Abdel-Razek

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