March 29, 2012

Egypt's Broken Economy

Mohsin Khan, Project Syndicate

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Egyptians' political aspirations have dominated the country's public life since the fall of President Hosni Mubarak last year. Unfortunately, as those aspirations are addressed, the economy has entered a steep decline, jeopardizing one of the revolution's main goals, namely improvement in Egyptians' living standards and welfare.

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