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Egypt’s economic struggles look set to persist

In the past few years, Egypt’s economy has been hit by the successive impacts of the pandemic, the war in Ukraine, and, more recently, currency devaluations. With further currency falls on the cards, high inflation, and tightening of fiscal and monetary policy, the next couple of years are going to be hard-going and our GDP growth forecasts are well below consensus expectations.

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