Egypt Economy

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Egypt has a GDP of $515.4 billion according to 2011 estimates, putting it at 27th in the world. The economy used to be highly centralized, however in recent years, structural reforms have helped Egypt move towards a market-oriented economy. After unrest in early 2011, the government has increased social spending but political uncertainty has slowed economic growth in the country.

Major Egypt Indicators

Period Value % Chg Prev
Energy (View all 1)
Egypt Carbon Dioxide Emissions 2017 217.30M mt 2.47%
Egypt Coal Consumption 2017 0.1636M mtoe 3.90%
Egypt Gas Rig Count Nov 2018 3.00 0.00%
Egypt Natural Gas Consumption 2017 55.98B cu m 13.42%
Egypt Natural Gas Production 2017 49.02B cu m 21.78%
Egypt Nuclear Energy Consumption(DISCONTINUED) 2017 0.00 TWh
Egypt Oil Consumption 2017 815.65K bbl -4.50%
Egypt Oil Production 2017 660.20K bbl/day -4.51%
Egypt Primary Energy Consumption 2017 91.62M mtoe 3.89%
Egypt Proved Oil Reserves 2017 3.325B bbl -1.74%
GDP (View all 1)
Egypt GDP Growth (NSA) 2016 4.30% -1.70%
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