Egypt creates $854m compensation fund
The Egyptian government would honour all financial commitments once banks reopen on Sunday.
- Published: 18:36 February 4, 2011
- A woman carries groceries in Cairo, Egypt, on Monday, Dec. 1, 2008. Egypt's Investment Minister Mahmoud Mohieldin said that economic growth will slow this fiscal year as the Arab world's most populous nation is "badly" affected by the global credit crisis.
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