@ahadelmo7 asked 7 months ago.

How much of the egyptian budget goes toward subsidies?

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@wannisucij answered 6 months ago.

The Egyptian government spends between two and three billion dollars a year on subsidies to keep fuel, food, and electricity prices low for its people.
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@irrivaduss answered 6 months ago.

Subsidies are a big part of the Egyptian economy, and the government spends billions of dollars a year on them. Egypt’s subsidies are among the largest in the world, around $US30 billion a year, or about a quarter of the country’s budget.
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@rufoppety answered 6 months ago.

The Egyptian government subsidizes food, fuel, and electricity, which costs the government about a quarter of its total budget. This is a way to help out the poorest Egyptians, but it does come at a cost.
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@xurrattunnap answered 6 months ago.

In a country where the government subsidizes bread, fuel, and electricity, and spends more on its military than it does on health care, it’s no wonder that the country’s economy is in shambles.

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@gqaguilera16 answered 7 months ago.

The Egyptian government spends a lot of money on subsidies for certain products, especially fuel. In fact, the government spends more than 60 percent of the country’s gross domestic product on subsidies that are used to keep the prices of fuel so low.
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