According to bank documents, the objective of this operation is enabling financial inclusion, private sector development and strengthening fiscal management for inclusive growth in Egypt.
The proposed project is a stand-alone, two-tranche operation (with each tranche being US$500 million) aimed at supporting GoE’s effort to improve inclusive growth, structured under three objectives. The proposed DPF will support the following specific policy reform actions and tranche release conditions which contribute to the policy objectives of the GoE program:
Ashish Khanna, Mohamed Hisham El-Shiaty, Mohamed Nada
Arab Republic of Egypt
Advisor to Minister of Investment and International Cooperat
Ministry of Investment and International Cooperation
Advisor to Minister
General Authority for Investment & Free Zones
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