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This section contains analysis on specific countries or sectors developed by SRM’ staff or by researchers of other research institutes. It includes Macroeconomic and financial studies and sectorial Reports.

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The Weekly – Annual Issue 2017

The annual issue of the Weekly covers key developments witnessed in Egypt during 2017 and the most significant decisions taken by the Egyptian government to boost the country’s economy.

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The Weekly – 2018
“The Weekly” is a report released by AlexBank’s Research Department which SRM-MED will include in this section on weekly basis.
The Report contains news and events about latest economic & political developments in Egypt, information on Egyptian equity markets, banking sector and Macroeconomic Indicators as well as data on Egyptian Pound’s exchange rate trend vs. Euro, Dollar and British Pound.
AlexBank is a subsidiary of Intesa Sanpaolo Group in Egypt. Its Research Department provides different tools of analysis on Egyptian economy, ranging from studies on economics and finance (Banking Sector and Financial sector statistics) to Sectorial analysis.
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The Weekly – 2017
“The Weekly” is a report released by AlexBank’s Research Department which SRM-MED will include in this section on weekly basis.
The Report contains news and events about latest economic & political developments in Egypt, information on Egyptian equity markets, banking sector and Macroeconomic Indicators as well as data on Egyptian Pound’s exchange rate trend vs. Euro, Dollar and British Pound.
AlexBank is a subsidiary of Intesa Sanpaolo Group in Egypt. Its Research Department provides different tools of analysis on Egyptian economy, ranging from studies on economics and finance (Banking Sector and Financial sector statistics) to Sectorial analysis.
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The Weekly – 2016

“The Weekly” is a report released by AlexBank’s Research Department which SRM-MED will include in this section on weekly basis.
The Report contains news and events about latest economic & political developments in Egypt, information on Egyptian equity markets, banking sector and Macroeconomic Indicators as well as data on Egyptian Pound’s exchange rate trend vs. Euro, Dollar and British Pound.
AlexBank is a subsidiary of Intesa Sanpaolo Group in Egypt. Its Research Department provides different tools of analysis on Egyptian economy, ranging from studies on economics and finance (Banking Sector and Financial sector statistics) to Sectorial analysis.

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The Weekly – 2015

“The Weekly” is a report released by AlexBank’s Research Department which SRM-MED will include in this section on weekly basis.
The Report contains news and events about latest economic & political developments in Egypt, information on Egyptian equity markets, banking sector and Macroeconomic Indicators as well as data on Egyptian Pound’s exchange rate trend vs. Euro, Dollar and British Pound.
AlexBank is a subsidiary of Intesa Sanpaolo Group in Egypt. Its Research Department provides different tools of analysis on Egyptian economy, ranging from studies on economics and finance (Banking Sector and Financial sector statistics) to Sectorial analysis.

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The Weekly – 2014

“The Weekly” is a report released by AlexBank’s Research Department which SRM-MED will include in this section on weekly basis.
The Report contains news and events about latest economic & political developments in Egypt, information on Egyptian equity markets, banking sector and Macroeconomic Indicators as well as data on Egyptian Pound’s exchange rate trend vs. Euro, Dollar and British Pound. 
AlexBank is a subsidiary of Intesa Sanpaolo Group in Egypt. Its Research Department provides different tools of analysis on Egyptian economy, ranging from studies on economics and finance (Banking Sector and Financial sector statistics) to Sectorial analysis.

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Egypt Macroeconomic Update – February 2014

“Egypt Macroeconomic Update” is a quarterly Report released by AlexBank’s Research Department which SRM-MED will include in this section.
It contains an update of Egypt’s main macro-economic data (GDP, investments, inflation and unemployment) with revised estimates for the coming years. In addition, the Report provides data on the budget deficit, domestic and external debt, along with the balance of payments, foreign direct investments, net international reserves and Egyptian Pound’s exchange rates. Finally, the Report describes the recent trend of Egypt’s ratings issued by major international agencies.
AlexBank is a subsidiary of Intesa Sanpaolo Group in Egypt. Its Research Department provides different tools of analysis on Egyptian economy, ranging from studies on economics and finance (Banking Sector and Financial sector statistics) to Sectorial analysis.

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Going against Gravity? The European Neighbourhood Policy in the Mediterranean Region – 2014

This paper analyzes the tension between regional objectives and bilateral relations in the strategy pursued by the European Neighbourhood Policy (ENP), and within it the Barcelona process targeted at Mediterranean. The future of Europe will mostly derive by the degree in which these two contrasting issues will be balanced and the European Neighbourhood Policy, pivoting on its fundamental role of mediation between the two sides of the “European border”, will be key in determining its success. The study tries to measure the magnitude and sign of this policy on bilateral trade flows between the European Union and two of its Mediterranean neighbours, namely Morocco and Egypt.

The English version can be downloaded for free from this website.

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Italian Business within the Countries of the Med area – The cases of Egypt,Tunisia and Morocco

Among the 5 countries lining the southern shore of the Mediterranean, Egypt, Tunisia and Morocco are those with a more diverse economy that is to say not linked to the revenue deriving from the sale of oil as Algeria and Libya. The common features of these countries are the openness to the relations with the West and a strong commitment on policies intending to attract foreign investment. Egypt is the most densely populated country in North Africa, with more than 85 million inhabitants and features a GDP that exceeds 270 billion dollars. Tunisia, which is the smallest of the three countries, (population 11 million and a GDP worth 50 billion dollars) has the highest per capita income (almost 10 thousand dollars per year), whereas Morocco is placed in an intermediate position in terms of size (about 33 million inhabitants and a GDP amounting to 105 billion dollars) but it is the country with the lowest per capita income (5,500 dollars per year). There are almost 1,800 Italian companies operating in these three countries, with a total turnover of about 8 billion euros.

This report is extracted from the SRM’s 4th Annual Report on “Economic relations between Italy and the Mediterranean area – November 2014”.

Both the English and Italian version may be purchased from this website in digital version, at a discounted price.

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