Egypt: State Revenues Rise to LE108.5 Billion
17 January 2013
State budget indexes showed that the state revenues rose to LE108.5 billion with a 40.3 per cent growth rise at the period between July and November 2012 against the same period of 2011.
The State expenditure went up to LE187.9 billion with a 38.8 per cent rise as well as the State budget deficit was up from LE58.4 billion to LE80.7 billion, according to the Finance Ministry's monthly report.
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