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Some people prefer working in the shadows
Osman El Sharnoubi | The state approaches the issue as a strictly binary one leading to a simplified view of the economy
On the Egyptian pound, living standards and real estate: An economy forecast for 2019
Mohamed Gad | Economists Ahmed Shams Eddin and Wael Gamal discuss Egypt’s macroeconomic projections for 2019
2 years after the loan agreement: What the IMF failed to anticipate
Beesan Kassab | On November 11, 2016, the International Monetary Fund (IMF) and the Egyptian government finalized a US$12
2 years later, how have people’s lives been impacted by the flotation of the Egyptian pound?
Hasnaa Mohamed | If middle-income earners are feeling the squeeze, then how are those with less income faring?
Sisi’s balance sheet
Osman El Sharnoubi | Mada Masr breaks down macroeconomic indicators of Sisi's first term in office using government data
IMF intervention: Lessons from Asia and Latin America
Waad Ahmed | Accounts of IMF intervention in Asia and Latin America in the 1990s
Exclusive: Mada Masr obtains Sisi’s presidential decree for World Bank loan
Isabel Esterman | A deal with the World Bank for a US$1 billion loan could fall through if the Egyptian government does
Egyptian companies trapped in limbo by investment-friendly law
Jano Charbel | Egyptian workers have been fighting an uphill battle against draconian privatisation measures for decades,
 
Opinion
Mohamed Gad
A corporate state mentality
“It’s like there’s a hole in my pocket,” a friend says to me, as she wonders where her income
Amr Adly
Youth unemployment and the ‘Egyptian right wing’
I watch the TV program “Hona al-Asema” (Here’s the Capital), which airs on the privately owned
Ahmed Alaa Fayed
Sweeping real corruption under the rug
Four years ago, extreme government corruption was one of the driving forces that pushed Egyptians to
 
News
Cabinet approves VAT bill
World Bank approves US$1 bn loan for Egypt, scales up overall support
Officials defend recent reforms on day 2 of the EEDC
Update: As economic summit draws to a close, deals said to reach $38.2 billion
Day 1 at the EEDC: Gulf countries promise US$12.5 bn in aid and investment
IMF: Egypt’s economic reforms are starting to produce a turnaround
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