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A shake-up of energy subsidies and the introduction of value added tax are among the proposals for Egypt's economy made in a new statement from financial officials  
Worrying figures suggest Egypt's ruling military and future government will have to make some tough, potentially unpopular decisions in the coming months

Ratings agency cuts country's long-term rating a further notch, blaming tumbling foreign reserves and persistent political uncertainty

Low level battle against Boko Haram could be costing the west African country as much as 2 per cent of its economic output as it ups spending on security, say experts

Unusually high order by Algeria's state grains agency may be an attempt to secure supplies before a surge in demand from Syria and Iran, say exporters

Armed men try to grab LE150,000 from bank clients only to be chased off by police, according to report

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