(Corrects payment number in paragraph 1 to the fourth, not the third payment)
CAIRO, June 29 (Reuters) - The International Monetary Fund said on Friday it approved a fourth payment, worth $2.02 billion, of a $12 billion loan as part of an economic reform programme being carried out by Cairo.
The latest payment brings the total received by Egypt from the IMF to around $8 billion, it said.
As part of the loan agreement, Egypt has enacted tough austerity measures including a flotation of its pound currency in late 2016 which halved its value, and sharp fuel and electricity cuts in recent weeks. (Reporting by John Davison and Ahmed Tolba)