The Egyptian government has been on a constant move to lessen the burden of utilities provision on state spending, implementing a series of subsidy cuts amid ongoing economic reform programme adopted by the authorities and backed by the IMF, according to an Oxford Business Group report issued on Wednesday. In June, former Prime Minister Sherif …
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