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Tuesday, 10 July 2018

What we’re tracking this week and beyond

Items that should be on your corporate and risk calendars:

A high-ranking Hamas delegation will reportedly be in Cairo on Wednesday to resume talks with Egyptian officials about “reconciliation” with rival faction Fatah, sources close to the matter told Al Bawaba News.

The House of Representatives is expected to receive on Thursday a committee report on the Madbouly government’s policy program ahead of a general assembly vote on Sunday, when MPs are back from their weeklong recess.

President Abdel Fattah El Sisi will unveil an unspecified new education program this month, according to Cairo University President Mohamed El Khosht. It is unclear whether the program is K-12 or post-secondary.

Appeals Court to rule on Ibnsina antitrust case on 16 July: The Cairo Court of Appeals is expected to rule on 16 July on Ibnsina Pharma’s appeal of antitrust sanctions imposed in a case brought by the Egyptian Competition Authority.

An IMF delegation will visit Egypt in November to conduct its fourth review on economic progress before disbursing the next loan tranche, Finance Minister Maait told Al Shorouk on Friday.

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