Sunday,25 February, 2018
Current issue | Issue 1382, (22 - 28 February 2018)
Sunday,25 February, 2018
Issue 1382, (22 - 28 February 2018)

Ahram Weekly

Sherine Abdel-Razek

Weekly Staff

For the first time in 16 months the Central Bank of Egypt has opted to cut interest rates, reports S

Al-Sisi has introduced many necessary economic reforms at the price of possible unpopularity, report

How can Egypt change its tax system to bring about both economic growth and greater equitability, as

Economist at CI Capital Asset Management Noeman Khaled gives Sherine Abdel-Razek his take on Egypt&r

Thirsty for good news, observers of the local economy were treated to an overdose of heart-warming n

The private sector could grasp investment opportunities valued at $600 billion in the MENA region by

Central banks usually use interest rates as a tool to control inflation and stabilise forex markets.

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More foreign debt

The spiralling increase in Egypt’s foreign debt is expected to continue, writes Sherine Abdel-

While more and more investors are expressing an interest in Egypt, the economy is still facing chall

Financial inclusion has become the talk of the town, but what exactly does it mean, asks Sherine Abd

Political and economic challenges cast shadows over this week’s ninth BRICS Summit meeting in

Recent improvements in some indicators may not tell the whole story about Egypt’s economy, wri

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