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We stand ready to support Egypt’s reform agenda after EFF, says Ramakrishnan
Saudi Arabia’s decision to extend oil supply cuts is the main reason
IMF, local authorities to discuss exact time of next Article IV consultation in 2020, says Ramakrishnan
The Fund supports countries to reduce inequality, says Kristalina Georgieva
During her tenure, Egypt’s tourism sector improved and its revenues hiked 28.2% during the last Fiscal Year (FY), recording $12.570bn, compared to only $9.804bn, according to the Central Bank of Egypt (CBE)`s balance of payment.
EBA signs new MoU with OBG to provide the latter with valuable additional resources to carry out their research
Ethiopia’s loan programme to address same challenges Egypt faced before November 2016
China remains the world’s biggest trader in goods, achieving a 2.8% increase in the first three quarters and more than RMB 22.91trn in total value
Our discussions with Egypt focused on possible modalities of future engagement rather than on specific measures, says Lall
Country branding relates to culture, politics, sports of the people, says Salah Hassan
Improving business climate and reducing state’s role are keys to sustain reforms
“I think in the 75 years during the Bretton Woods period, the cooperation in a spirit of trying to establish rules of the game, ways in which there can be openness and integration, has led to a tremendous period of economic performance,” Lipton said.
Meeting wrapped up with high level of Egyptian participation
The country is witnessing a quantum leap in to a digitalised society, says Talaat
Inflation getting down faster than expected, says Azour
World Bank aims to increase cooperation with Egypt in the field of infrastructure
Egypt made nominal efforts to consolidate SOEs, says WB
Nasr will take part in a session titled “Jobs and economic transformation in emerging markets” along with five speakers on Friday, according to the IMF website.
Three countries, including Egypt, to drive MECA’s growth in 2020, says WEO report
Next Article IV consultation likely to be held early 2020, says staff report
The IIF works in a sample of 25 past IMF programmes in developed, emerging, and frontier markets that started with debt to GDP ratios above 75%.
Former WBG’s interim president to officially assume her new position on Tuesday
Georgieva to begin a five-year term as new IMF’s MD early October
These projects have positive repercussions on improving financial inclusion and enhancing financial, economic, and social stability. SMEs account for more than 95% of total enterprises in the vast majority of the world and contributing 33% to the GDP of developing economies.
Egypt embarked on a bold economic reform programme that included the pound flotation, a reduction in fuel and electricity subsidies, imposing taxes including the value-added tax (VAT), all with the aim of trimming the budget deficit.
High interest rates hinder attracting more FDIs, says GAFI’s former CEO
CBE’s decision to reduce interest rates reflects favourable inflationary trends, says Lall
President Al-Sisi affirmed his interest in boosting cooperation with international institution to support development in Egypt, Africa
Egypt’s fiscal consolidation to continue, unemployment shrinking, GDP to record 5.5% in 2020: The Economist Intelligence Unit
Monetary easing can help stimulate domestic demand, which in turn benefits other countries by increasing demand for their goods. The concern, however, is that monetary easing also weakens a country’s exchange rate, making exports more competitive and reducing demand for other countries’ imports as they become more expensive—a phenomenon known as expenditure switching