[Infograph] IMF’s third review on Egypt: Which targets were missed and what future measures to expect

The economic situation has continued to improve during 2018, according to first deputy managing director and acting chair David Lipton (Photo courtesy of VOA News)

In July 2018, the International Monetary Fund (IMF) published its third review on Egypt’s economic and fiscal development and performance, as part of its agreement to a $12-billion extended facility fund. While “the economic situation has continued to improve during 2018,” as first deputy managing director and acting chair David Lipton put it in the IMF’s press release, some targets were missed or delayed and a number of key risks emerged. Dcode for Economic and Financial Consulting published an infograph, highlighting the main focal points of the IMF’s review and which steps to expect in the future.

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