Egypt’s $12 Billion IMF Talks: A Guide to What to ExpectBy
Central bank likely to deliver on promise of flexible currency
More taxes, subsidy cuts could be needed to achieve targets
Egyptian officials are holding talks in Cairo with the International Monetary Fund over a loan to help finance the government’s economic program. Egypt is seeking $12 billion over three years.
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