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Thursday, 10 January 2019

Econ and business news dominate headlines of Egypt’s main papers

Econ and business news permiated the front pages of the country’s three main state-owned dailies (Al Ahram | Al Akhbar | Al Gomhuria). Al Ahram and Al Akhbar highlighted the Standard Chartered report that said Egypt would be among the world’s top 10 economies by 2030 that we noted above. Meanwhile, Al Gomhuria focused on power projects the country is currently working on amid efforts to revamp the sector. The newspaper also congratulated Egyptians for the AFCON hosting win from earlier this week.

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