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Egypt Economic Quarterly Review - Volume 1 - June 2012


It is over a year now since Egyptians embarked on a new political, social, and economic path after toppling former President Hosni Mubarak during the 25 January 2011 revolution. Such a momentous development, that is expected to transform Egypt to become a transparent, accountable, and socially and economically prosperous country, has not only challenges but also opportunities. Egyptians continue to resolve several multifaceted challenges faced by their country. Recently, they successfully concluded Presidential elections, and are working towards drawing a new Constitution. A successful settlement on the political front is a fundamental pre-requisite for Egypt to turn around its economy to a sustainable and equitable growth path that would create jobs for its many unemployed youth.

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