Egypt’s preliminary budget for FY2019/20 showed that electricity subsidies will be reduced by EGP12.0bn (-75% y/y) to EGP4.0bn
versus FY2018/19’s cut of EGP14.0bn (-47% y/y) to EGP16.0bn.
While metal producers cannot escape their fate in the stock market due to inevitable higher costs,
certain factors may lend them the necessary boost to survive this shock.
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