on the Arab Republic of Egypt:
March 24, 2010
December 22, 2008
November 28, 2007
July 5, 2006
May 18, 2005
Article IV Staff Reports
Projected % Change
Source: World Economic Outlook (April 2014)
Please refer to more recent PIN/Staff reports on this country for possible revisions.
Arab Republic of Egypt: Financial Position in the Fund
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|Arab Republic of Egypt and the IMF|
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|April 16, 2014 -- IMF Survey : IMF Promotes Debate on Economic Change in the Middle East|
Countries in the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) need resolute policy actions to lift growth, create jobs, promote fairness, and diversify their economies, says the IMF.
|April 26, 2013 -- IMF Survey : Mideast Issues High on IMF Agenda|
The challenges facing Arab countries in transition —Egypt, Jordan, Libya, Morocco, Tunisia, and Yemen—were a focal point for policymakers during the 2013 IMF-World Bank Spring Meetings in Washington last week.
|August 22, 2012 -- IMF Survey: IMF to Discuss New Loan Program With Egypt, Says Lagarde|
The IMF is ready to help Egypt and will send a technical team to Cairo in September to refine details of possible financial assistance, Managing Director Christine Lagarde says during a short visit to the Egyptian capital.
|April 20, 2012 -- IMF Survey: Mideast Oil Importers Under Strain, Oil Exporters Faring Well|
The Middle East and North Africa region is going through a period of dramatic change. In the "Arab Spring" countries, political transition, pressing social demands, and an adverse external environment have combined to increase the near-term risks to macroeconomic stability, the IMF said in its latest assessment.
|September 10, 2011 -- IMF Survey: Deauville Partnership Broadens Support for Mideast, North Africa|
Group of Seven industrial nations, plus Russia, bolstered their support for Middle East and North African countries under the Deauville Partnership, an initiative launched at a leaders’ summit last May, and welcomed moves by international financial institutions to improve coordination.
|June 30, 2011 -- IMF Survey: IMF Remains Committed to Supporting Egypt|
The IMF stands ready to help Egypt and its people and continues to maintain a close policy dialogue with the government, a leading IMF economist, who headed the recent discussions on a possible Stand-By Arrangement, says.
|June 05, 2011 -- IMF Survey: IMF Outlines $3 Billion Support Plan for Egypt|
Egypt has reached agreement with the International Monetary Fund on a draft 12-month $3 billion financing package to support the country's program of economic reforms at a crucial period as the country transitions to democracy.
|May 31, 2011 -- IMF Survey: IMF Intensifying Efforts to Boost Staff Diversity, Experience|
The IMF aims to improve recruitment of women and staff from underrepresented regions, while broadening its hiring methods, Deputy Managing Director Nemat Shafik says. In an interview, Shafik discusses the IMF and its internal work culture and what is being done to promote diversity.
|April 08, 2011 -- IMF Survey: Mideast Unrest Shows Need to Consider Bigger Picture|
Unrest in the Middle East has highlighted the need to look beyond traditional measures when evaluating the economies of member countries, IMF Managing Director Dominique Strauss-Kahn told reporters.
|February 16, 2011 -- IMF Survey: Mideast Needs More Focus on Inclusive Growth—IMF|
Masood Ahmed, Director of the IMF's Middle East and Central Asia Department, says that one of the lessons from recent unrest in the Middle East is that governments should focus much more on inclusive growth and give more help to poorer households.
|October 15, 2008 -- IMF Survey: 'Setback for All' if Financial Turmoil Slows Globalization|
The international financial system needs to be rebuilt, but developed and developing economies alike would suffer a major setback if the global financial crisis resulted in a retrenchment in globalization, a panel of economists tells a seminar during the IMF-World Bank Annual Meetings.