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The data comes as part of an infographic published by the centre that includes the main points addressed in the Economist’s Outlook report on Egypt issued in June 2021.
Egypt is implementing four-directive strategy to take on increasing water crisis
Upward movement builds on initial recovery following easing of partial lockdown measures, despite some way to go to pre-COVID-19 levels
Rebound will also be driven by the government’s public investment: World Economic Outlook
After estimated contraction of -3.3 % in 2020, global economy is projected to grow at 6% in 2021, moderating to 4.4 % in 2022: IMF
Japan, UNIDO help Egypt reduce single-use plastic waste
Egyptian President reviews banking, monetary systems updates with CBE Governor, Prime Minister
Egyptian government has taken leap forward by adopting policies, carrying out reforms related to Gender Parity: Al-Mashat
International institutions praise economic performance of Egypt, predict improvement in economic indicators during coming period: Hala El-Said
Al-Sisi expresses Egypt’s deep appreciation for OECD’s role in formulating economic policies that contribute to achieving international development
Standard Chartered Bank’s latest expectations consistent with pre-pandemic estimates putting Egypt among top 10 world economies in 2030, says Mohamed Maait
In next 3-5 years, disparities will threaten economy, and weaken geopolitical stability in following 5-10 years
Ensuring sustainable, inclusive recovery post-COVID-19, reversing divergence between rich and poor countries are main 2021 priorities, says Kristalina Georgieva
One minus refers to inequality in access to technology
The world before the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic is one thing, and the world after it is quite another.
Egypt’s economy was heavily effected by coronavirus pandemic, which took it’s toll on tourism, and worker remittances, yet it avoided contraction
The Ministry of Planning and Economic Development on Thursday issued a report that monitors international institutions’ positive evaluation of the performance of the Egyptian economy amid the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.
Egypt’s reforms have yet to trigger a marked and sustained increase in non-extractives private investment and exports, said the World Bank report
Performance indicators of Egyptian economy exceeded expectations of international financing institutions, classification
Britain’s economy in 2021 will be affected by disruption related to the completion of the country’s withdrawal from the European Union.
El-Said added Egyptian economy grew at 5.6% before pandemic reached about in the first half of FY2019/20 and about 5% during Q3 of FY2019/20
This proves that the country’s economic situation is overcoming the negative effects of the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.
Egyptian Presidency Spokesperson Bassam Rady said, on Sunday, that Al-Sisi’s statements came during his meeting with Prime Minister Mostafa Madbouly, Minister of Finance Mohamed Maait, and Deputy Finance Minister for Financial Policies Ahmed Kouchouk.
During his meeting with the Swiss Ambassador in Cairo Paul Garnier on Thursday, Maait affirmed that the government is continuing with structural reforms in a way that makes it more capable of positively dealing with internal and external challenges.
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.
IMF projects global growth of -4.4%, upward revision of 0.8% compared to June update
The research further established that about 40% of firms in Zambia were seeing a significant drop in revenues due to COVID-19 pandemic
Egyptian society has started making huge leaps on the matter of sexual harassment, with our honourable Prime Minister Mostafa Madbouly proposing new laws that aim to impose harsh punishment on those accused of sexual harassment
Earlier figures showed that UK GDP plunged by 20.4 percent in April compared with the previous month, hitting the biggest monthly fall since 1997
Germans, alone, last year spent what amounts to 26% of the European total expenditure on tourism, with 15 of 25 of their favorite destinations being outside of Europe,such asNorth America, the Caribbean and Australia, to name just a few.