Egypt: CBE - Domestic Liquidity Hits LE 1.331 Trillion

The volume of domestic liquidity hit almost LE 1.331 trillion at the end of September 2012, including 81.1% government duos, 5% of economic institutions dues and 13.9% of the National Investment Bank, according to the report of the Central Bank of Egypt (CBE) on Tuesday 15/1/2013.

The report underlined that the volume of the domestic debts of government dues hit LE 1.079 trillion end of September 2012 with a LE 89.1 billion rise between July-September of 2012/2013, the volume of dues of the economic institutions hit LE 64.4 billion with an LE 3.3 billion increase, while the volume of dues of the National Investment Bank hit LE 185.1 billion with LE 0.6 billion increase.

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