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Jul 25, 2011
Months after the revolution that overturned the government, the Egyptian economy is stuck in a quagmire. For the immediate future, uncertainty is the only constant. Read Article Road to recovery a long one for Egypt
Jul 14, 2011
Egyptian protesters are coming bitterly to believe that the army they praised last spring is not their ally. If this rift deepens, which side will the wider public support? Read Article Egypt's protesters revile an army that they once adored
Apr 25, 2011
With the international media's attention focused on Libya now, it is wrong to assume that all is well in Egypt. Read Article Egypt is still held captive by its own divisions
Dec 07, 2010
Four years ago, Egypt announced it was to restart its nuclear power programme 20 years after cancelling it following the disaster at Chernobyl in Russia. Read Article Egypt's nuclear ambition reignites
The government's response to the power cuts was to reaffirm its commitment to building new power stations and repeated its pledge that renewable energy will contribute. Read Article After a bout of power cuts, Egypt looks to alternatives
Dec 05, 2010
Despite the downturn, the real estate sector grew by 22 per cent in three years. One reason is the entire mortgage market is only worth about $700 million but sustainment is queried. Read Article Egypt property market safe as houses?
The Egyptian property developer is focusing on what it believes to be an under-served segment of their housing market. Read Article IGI turns to middle-class households in Egypt
Dec 04, 2010
If the country is to have a viable long-term future it needs to handle its water reserves better. The good news is, the government is taking steps, albeit faltering, to bring this about.
Read Article A river runs through it, but Egypt still lacks water
Dec 03, 2010
One of the MENA region's largest private-equity companies plans to create a comprehensive transport network stretching between the Mediterranean and the Indian Ocean. Read Article Citadel Capital to conquer east Africa
A company is investing to reverse decline of goods shipments on the river with less than one per cent of goods moving in Egypt opting for that mode. Read Article Signs of a revival on the Nile
Gregor Stuart Hunter
Ujala Ali Khan
The National staff with agency
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