February 8, 2013

Egypt's Corruption Problem

Sahar Aziz & Derek Clinger, CNN

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Upon taking office, President Mohamed Morsy vowed to eliminate corruption in Egypt. Indeed, corruption was among the first issues he identified as posing the most serious challenge to the Egyptian economy. Yet despite his rhetoric, little has changed under his administration – so far, at least.

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