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Egypt Announces Progress on Cuts to Costly Fuel Subsidies

Two years after launching a concerted effort to sharply reduce subsidy programs that had proven unsustainable to the country's government, Egypt has announced significant progress in the reduction effort, reporting a 28.7% drop in spending during the 2015-2016 fiscal year.
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