Fears among investors have continued to grow that Egypt’s government will default on its debt in the coming years although, for now at least, there remains a path to avoid such an outcome. Taking that path will require the government to step back from currency intervention, keep fiscal policy tight, and probably adopt some form of financial repression.
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