He added that increasing the private sector’s involvement in the Egyptian economy is very important, explaining that this can be stimulated through providing investment incentives.
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During his speech at the conference, he added that there are some mistakes that Egypt has to avoid such as terminating the economic reforms, stating that Egypt has begun its economic reforms in the 70s and stopped after the 1977 bread riots.
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Since the beginning of this year, Egypt’s iron industry has been subjected to a legal battle started by integrated steel plants and hot rolled steel manufacturers after the Ministry of Trade and Industry issued a resolution in April, imposing a temporary import tariff of 15% on iron billets and 25% on steel rebar, set for 180 days ending in October.
The problem is that climate change economic impact took its toll on poorer countries. Oxfam, a globally renowned aid and development charity, estimates that between 1998 and 2017, low-income countries reported climate-related disaster losses of $21bn, or an average of 1.8% of GDP.
Banking act may spur a wave of consolidation amongst smaller or undercapitalised banks
Exports from Leviathan to start 1 January 2020, from Tamar to start on 30 June 2020
Credit rating agency expects Egypt’s GDP to grow 5.6% in 2019, additional rate cuts next year
Competitiveness concerns should not preclude carbon pricing or emission targets to Paris Agreement levels, namely $40–$80/tCO2e by 2020 and $50–$100/tCO2e by 2030
CIB hikes by 5% and Eastern Company by 4.7%
The Gold Coffin of Nedjemankh was stolen from the Minya region of Egypt in the aftermath of the Egyptian Revolution in October 2011.
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President Al-Sisi affirmed his interest in boosting cooperation with international institution to support development in Egypt, Africa
Increase in fertility rates, securing water resources represent long-term economic challenges
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The announcement defied analyst expectations, as in July the Egyptian authorities decided to go ahead with slashing fuel subsidies, lifting petrol and diesel prices by about 17-30%.
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