Egypt’s PM wants to boost private sector investments


Cairo (Reuters) – Egyptian Prime Minister Moustafa Madbouly said on Sunday he wanted the private sector to account for 65% of all investments in the country within three years, up from around 30% at present.

Madbouly’s comments came during a press conference.

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