Special Edition – Egypt’s Economic Outlook – Dcode EFC

The International Monetary Fund’s (IMF) Extended Fund Facility (EFF) is entering its final phase and the Egyptian government’s economic reform program has been in full swing for a couple of years now. During this critical phase in the Egyptian economy, we are unveiling the revamped version of our Egypt Outlook Report, which delves into Egypt’s economic state by addressing and answering the business community’s most pressing questions. Through this report, Dcode for Economic and Financial Consulting aims at helping its readers understand the economic setting in a user-friendly, easy-to-read manner, for one sole purpose: aiding you in making better decisions. With an intricate focus on our clients’ needs, this comprehensive read on the future of the country’s economic state offers a direct comparison between three different scenarios side-by-side, equipped with info-graphs and charts. Above all, Dcode EFC is focusing on connecting the dots to identify the direct impact of the economic situation and indicators on your business. The “Nutshell” section provides a rundown of Dcode EFC’s most important findings and scenarios, after which the technical data behind the indicators and possible outcomes are presented Addressing an array of targeted readers, the report sheds light on questions such as whether growth will keep its momentum, whether inflation is here to stay and whether Egypt needs another IMF program. In conclusion, this report is the outcome of Dcode EFC’s commitment to its clients, the belief in the importance of credible, local outlook reports and the need for simple, economic analysis that is visually attractive to those who need to make the big decisions every day.

Published: May 2019

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