The Central Bank of Egypt (CBE) will remove the maximum dollar deposit limit over the few upcoming months, according to Chris Jarvis, head of the International Monetary Fund (IMF) delegation to Egypt. In a statement to Daily News Egypt, Jarvis said that he welcomes the bank’s decision to remove the constraints on the remittances of foreign exchange abroad.
The African Development Bank (AfDB) is considering financing three projects within the feed-in tariff programme in Benban, Aswan for $60m. A source at AfDB told Daily News Egypt that the bank has allocated $18m and $20m worth of finances for each project in the electricity production plant that depends on solar power. The source said that the bank is considering financing two projects, with one of them being in favor of Shapoorji and the other in favor of Al Cazar.
The African Export-Import Bank’s (Afreximbank) board of directors approved granting a loan to Banque Misr worth $200m. Banque Misr is the second government bank to receive a loan from Afreximbank this year. The National Bank of Egypt (NBE) announced receiving $300m from Afreximbank in April. Akef El Maghraby, vice chairperson of Banque Misr, told Daily News Egypt that the officials of the bank are set to sign the loan agreement next week.
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Selecting a term
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