Egypt’s foreign reserves leap up to $40.67bn in July

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  • Egypt's net foreign reserves have risen to $40.672 billion in August from $40.609 billion in July
  • Foreign reserves have been rising since June 2020, after dropping to around $36 billion

Egypt’s net foreign reserves have risen to $40.672 billion in August from $40.609 billion in July, the central bank said on Monday.

Foreign reserves have been rising since June 2020, after dropping to around $36 billion from more than $45.5 billion due to the impact of the coronavirus pandemic.

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