During the last six months, Egypt lost a total of $5 billion in foreign investments, the Central Bank of Egypt said late on Wednesday.

It also said the country’s direct foreign investments (DFI) declined by 94.1 percent, or $1.75 billion, in the first quarter of the current fiscal year.

The total investments in the country in that period had amounted to $2.25 billion, compared with $2.14 billion that left the country.

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