The International Monetary Fund predicted on Wednesday that the Middle East, North Africa. And Central Asia regions’ economies will grow less slowly in 2023.

According to the IMF’s Regional Economic Outlook report, real GDP progress in the Middle East & Central

The region’s outlook is being affected by a lot of uncertainties and high levels of uncertainty. According to Jihad, regional director of the IMF.

Egypt’s economy is predicted to suffer as a result of the requirement for an IMF financial aid package totaling three billion dollars over a 46-month period, with growth falling to 3.7% in 2023 from 6.6 % in 2022.

In order to ensure the Egyptian economy’s attractiveness to investors and the recovery of growth, Azour said it is crucial for a programme