Egyptian leader replaces 10 ministers in bid to jump-start economy

Egypt's President Abdel Fatah al-Sisi carried out a major reshuffle of his government on Wednesday, replacing 10 ministers and four deputy ministers. The step is aimed at stabilizing the country's faltering economy that has driven away foreign investors in recent years amid huge military spending and political instability. The ministers of finance, tourism, labor, agriculture, civil aviation, antiquities, transportation and the public sector were among those replaced.

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