© Reuters. People shop at Al Ataba, a popular market in central Cairo
CAIRO (Reuters) – Egypt’s government approved its 2018/19 fiscal year budget on Sunday, targeting a budget deficit of 8.4 percent of GDP, Prime Minister Sherif Ismail said.
Ismail said the budget would target GDP growth of 5.2 percent.
Egypt’s fiscal year begins in July.
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