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Business Recorder: World Bank signs $1.15 billion loan with Egypt

The loan is the last in a three-part package worth a total of $3.15 billion, the World Bank said.
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The World Bank on Friday signed a $1.15 billion loan with the Egyptian government, a final tranche of funds to support economic reforms in the country, the international lender said.
The deal was sealed on the sidelines of the “Africa 2017” investment conference which President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi inaugurated Friday afternoon in the Red Sea resort town of Sharm el-Sheikh in Sinai.
The loans are provided to support “Egypt’s home-grown reform program aimed at powering job creation, ensuring energy security, strengthening public finances, and enhancing business competitiveness,” the World Bank said in a statement.
The loan is the last in a three-part package worth a total of $3.15 billion, the World Bank said.