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International shareholders decide to sue Egyptian government, claiming it broke three investment treaties; a move that ensures the dispute will be handled as diplomatically not commercially  
Egyptian General Petroleum Corporation suggests slashing subsidies for energy-intensive industries and the introduction of a coupon system to let car-owners buy cut-price fuel

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Global prices slip on the back of cheaper grains and sugar with the decline likely to continue in the short-term

Exchange sees squeezed trade and across-the-board losses as fresh battles rage near the capital's defence ministry

Regional director says Egypt requires a finalised economic programme with wider political support before it will be granted a long-awaited $3.2 billion loan

Sustained unrest and EU sanctions are taking a hefty toll on the Syrian economy, says regional head

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