Egypt recently clinched a deal with the IMF for a $12bn loan over three years. But it has had to implement painful measures which include floating the currency and reducing subsidies. The FT's Heba Saleh talks to Sahar Nasr, Egypt's minister of international co-operation, about the government's latest efforts to restore the economy.

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