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The minister referred to the recent “Regional Economic Prospects” report on Egypt’s economy, issued by the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD), to highlight her remarks.
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In a Sunday statement, Maait said that Egypt was able to reduce its deficit–to-GDP ratio to 7.9% in FY 2019/20, compared to the 8.2% recorded in FY 2018/19. The country also achieved a primary surplus of 1.8% at the end of June 2020, despite the negative repercussions of the coronavirus pandemic.
The performance was outlined in detail in the Financial Monitor and Outlook for the World Economy Report for October 2020, issued last Thursday. The report reflected the positive results of Egypt’s successful experience in economic reform, which remains highly praised by international institutions.
Egypt’s new academic year begins amid strict COVID-19 precautionary measures
In a study by Swaminathan, she explained that as the global struggle to contain the COVID-19, some are advocating for a so-called natural herd immunity strategy, which they argue can be safely achieved through “focused protection”.
Minister Al Mashat’s remarks came during her participation in the ‘Global Economic Prospects’ session as part of the World Bank annual meetings on Thursday. The session looked into the COVID-19 impacts on regional economies and the most recent economic indicators since the June 2020 Global Economic Prospects report.
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Meeting comes as part of institute’s training efforts provided across Africa through TNMIA, says Hala El-Said
The data was released in an IMF report on Wednesday, entitled “Fiscal Monitor: Policies for the Recovery”, during the IMF and World Bank’s annual meetings.
NAC will be ideal model in waste recycling, says Mohieldin
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Meeting was held in cooperation with International Monetary Fund
With energy sector at helm, Egypt has navigated its way through difficult and fruitful economic transformation
Kaboré’s remarks came during a phone call, on Saturday, with his Egyptian counterpart Abdel Fattah Al-Sisi.
Of this amount, $400m has been provided by the World Bank to strengthen Egypt’s Universal Health Insurance System (UHIS). A further €30m has been provided by France with which to purchase medical and protective equipment, according to Minister of International Cooperation Rania Al-Mashat.
The exhibition provided companies with the platform to attract a large base of customers, particularly following the almost total halt of sales in the past six months due to the pandemic.
Pandemic provides real estate developers with new experiences to deal with any crisis in market, says Tarek Shoukry
In a memo shared via Twitter by White House press secretary Kayleigh McEnany, Conley said that Trump is doing “very well,” and that he “is not requiring any supplemental oxygen”.
The meeting was held in the presence of Richard Dictus, Resident Coordinator of the UN Office in Egypt, as well as directors of 15 UN agencies with a presence in the country.
Contact provides over EGP 20bn in consumer financing since inception, excluding real estate financing
Joint Chinese-Egyptian cooperation to develop vaccine against coronavirus has been steadily progressing
The Prime Minister visited Kafr El-Sheikh University’s Faculty of Artificial Intelligence, the first university faculty to introduce robotic devices to help students design and implement various programmes.
Higher social spending could close HDI gap between MCD region countries, global peers: IMF
Green Technology Selector identifies more than 26,000 green technologies that benefit from EBRD support
Curriculums will be explained via television programmes and online platforms, says Tarek Shawky
During pandemic, we had to find alternative methods to better reach potential clients, says Ahmed Shalaby
Egypt’s digital transformation programme and the government’s swift response to the pandemic were among the topical issues explored by Talaat in an in-depth video interview (vidcast) with Oxford Business Group (OBG).