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Before the onset of Covid-19, Egypt’s economy was among the strongest performers in the MENA region. Business leaders are largely confident that a number of sectors stand to benefit from positive fundamental changes brought about by the pandemic. The country’s CEOs have made it clear that the crisis could lead to structural benefits in the...


Although trade flows among African states remain below their potential, an ambitious project is under way to accelerate economic integration and significantly expand intra-continental trade. Spearheaded by the African Union (AU), the African Continental Free Trade Area (AfCFTA) agreement was signed in March 2018 and aims to reduce both tariff...


Before the onset of Covid-19, Egypt’s economy was among the strongest performers in the MENA region, with a Reuters poll from January 2020 putting the country’s economic growth at 5.8% for FY 2019/20 and 5.9% for FY 2020/21. This is more than double the regional average for MENA, which the World Bank estimated at 2.6% for 2019/20.

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Chapter | Country Profile from The Report: Egypt 2020

One of the world’s oldest civilisations, Egypt has long been central to the development of the MENA region and has built an extensive international trade network, benefitting from its location at the crossroads of Europe, Africa and Asia. As the world’s 14th-most populous country and the most populous nation in the Arab world, Egypt also benefits from a large, rapidly expanding population....

Chapter | Economy from The Report: Egypt 2020

Following a currency crisis in 2016, Egypt implemented a series of reforms, the results of which are apparent across key macroeconomic indicators. GDP growth rose from 5.3% in FY 2017/18 to 5.6% in FY 2018/19, and unemployment fell to 7.5%. Although Egypt faces the challenges of 2020 from a relatively robust position, lockdown measures and market turbulence have significantly impacted the...

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