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Egypt 2015: Egypt sets course for economic recovery

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Onward and upward After nearly four years of stagnation, Egypt’s economy is back on track and attracting increasing interest from regional and international investors

Powering up Egypt’s private sector

Egypt’s government has made promoting the private sector a policy priority. Philip ter Woort of the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development explains why this is needed and what multilaterals can do to help

Back in business

Egypt’s capital markets are firmly back on the radar of international investors, thanks to a pair of high-profile IPOs and the promise of the first sovereign bond for more than five years

On the rebound

Egypt remains a high-risk portfolio option. However the partial, and yet sustained, rebound in its total risk score since September 2014 is a clear sign of investor confidence slowly returning now that the aftershocks of the Arab Spring are finally abating

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