Egypt Economic Outlook: Will Politics Open the Door to Economic Healing?
Published: March 2013
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“Egypt’s Economic Outlook” is a quarterly publication that summarizes Dcode EFC’s view of the most likely economic scenarios over the short and medium terms, along with the prospects of key macroeconomic indicators. The projected economic figures are driven in light of (i) Dcode EFC’s consistent and detailed macroeconomic framework, (ii) a thorough follow up and assessment of the most recent announced policies, news and economic trends, and (iii) an intelligent analysis of the latest published official statistics and indicators. The views and insights provided in this report are based on our experts’ technical knowledge and local insights, coupled with an objective assessment of the entire economic and political picture, and any developments at the time of the report’s publication. Our ultimate goal is to provide a reliable forward-looking view of key economic indicators and trends and to present our core findings in a clear, illustrative fashion to support our clients and partners in making the most informed decisions. In addition, the report highlights some of the key economic risks facing Egypt and businesses operating within the country over the short and medium terms.
Given mounting uncertainty on the political and economic fronts as well as the rapid ongoing developments at the regional level, Dcode believes that a reliable and coherent projected path can only be forecasted for the period 2012/2013-2014/2015. Estimates extending beyond such horizon should be viewed as indicative projections and should be interpreted with utmost care and caution since they can be significantly reviewed and adjusted in light of new developments.
Table of Contents
III- Executive Summary
IV- Landscape and Key Assumptions
V- Global Economic Outlook
VI- Economic Growth and Unemployment
VII- Breakdown of Economic Drivers and Unemployment
a) Private Consumption
b) Private Investment
c) Exports and Imports
VIII- Government Finances and Debt
IX- Prices and Interest Rates
X- Banking Indicators and Exchange Rates
XII- External Sector
XIII- Key Risks
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