Economic growth remains weak, with a high fiscal deficit and gross public debt (domestic and external) rising to nearly 100 percent of GDP at end-June 2013. Read More »
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More than 100,000 jobs were created in Egypt since the launch of Enhancing Acess to Finance for Micro and Small Enterprises in Egypt in 2011. Read More »
The World Bank is joining forces with local Egyptian organizations in Luxor to create temporary jobs that would offset losses from tourist earnings and improve aspects of community health. Read More »
The preparation of the Country Partnership Strategy was kicked off today with the Government of Egypt. Consultations will take place in Cairo, Upper Egypt and Alexandria with a diversified group of stakeholders. Read More »
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