Egypt to Work With IMF to Plug Economic Program’s Financing GapBy
Government targets $21 billion over three years to aid growth
Deputy finance minister ‘confident’ work can be done in weeks
Egyptian authorities will secure the additional financing needed for the government’s economic program in coordination with the International Monetary Fund, which has agreed in principal to lend the Arab country $12 billion, a senior official said.
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