The International Monetary Fund agreed to a $3 billion financing deal with Egypt on Sunday and praised the policies of an interim government struggling to stabilize the economy after the popular uprising. Egypt has been looking for funds to plug a predicted $11 billion balance of payments gap in the wake of the upheaval that toppled the government in February. – Reuters
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