Egypt’s expected $68bn borrowing needs: Why sukuk can help reduce its debt

[The Africa Report - Africa] - 10/06/2021
A forecasted decrease in GCC sukuk, Egypt’s enticing yields, and business sectors that have thrived during the pandemic could guarantee the country an auspicious low-cost debut of the Islamic bonds. On the other hand, the sukuk could lead to a rise in utility bills. (...)
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