The recent falls in the Egyptian pound pose a threat to Egypt’s fragile public debt dynamics but we think that the government will be able to muddle through. The key risk is that the government shifts fiscal policy in a looser direction, which could materialise if Egypt’s economic troubles fuel social unrest.
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