IMF talks with Egypt to resume after international community recognises interim government

Egypt: The International Monetary Fund (IMF) has said it will not engage in talks about a possible $4.8bn loan to Egypt until the country’s interim government gains recognition from the international community, Reuters has reported. “It’s a case of the international community, … its institutions, its nations, coming together and recognising a particular government,” IMF deputy spokesman William Murray told reporters. “And until that happens, and until our members make a decision on the Egyptian government, we’re going to keep our context technical (at the technical level).” []

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