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Monday, 18 December 2017

Banque Misr offers loan packages to fans wishing to attend the World Cup

Banque Misr is offering customers loans ranging from EGP 3,000-40,000 to go attend the World Cup in Russia next summer, according to Al Mal. Repayment plans range from three months to two years and annual interest is estimated to reach 11.45%. Customers have to provide a salary certificate, a current electricity bill or water bill as proof of residence and a package from an airline whereupon the bank will transfer the money directly. NBE also announced a similar loan program.

In other Mondiale news, The national team is set to face Portugal and Bulgaria in March in friendly games that will be a tune up for the World Cup, according to The Tribune. The Portugal game will be on the 23 March with Bulgaria four days later. Both matches will be played in Zurich.

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