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Egypt’s public finances back under the spotlight

Egypt’s government looks set to continue its commitment to tight fiscal policy and bringing down the public debt ratio. However, we hold concerns over the increasing levels of foreign currency debt that will be vulnerable if, as we expect, the pound weakens over the coming years.

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