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3 describes overall financial structures in MENA countries, distinguishing banking and non-banking sectors, and discusses the relative situation of Egypt, Morocco and Tunisia in the broader regional context. 4 provides a brief analysis of key financial stability challenges in MENA countries, again with a main focus on Egypt, Morocco and Tunisia. 5 concludes. 2 Why does financial depth and soundness matter for inflation targeting? A safe and sound financial system is widely seen as a necessary condition for the success of an IT regime.