The Egypt Economic Development Conference should be perceived as an excellent kick-start to the Egyptian economy, without obfuscating the hard work that needs to follow.
Egypt’s Economic Development Conference (EEDC), launches this weekend in the Red Sea resort of Sharm el-Sheikh. Its stakes, in Egypt at least, seem to be getting higher by the minute. The
In 1918, Austrian economist Joseph Schumpeter wrote that “the spirit of a people, its cultural level, its social structure…all this and more is written in its fiscal history, stripped of
A mid-June decision to withhold the funds of the Zad and Seoudi grocery stores and place them under government financial control raises some significant questions about the significance and timing
In order to examine Egypt’s current economic landscape, and particularly the challenges—and opportunities—new political leadership faces, The Tahrir Institute for Middle East Policy (TIMEP) brought two leading experts in economic
The relationship between Turkey and Egypt has rarely been an easy one. During the British Mandate, the Turkish government found itself clashing with Egyptian authorities over the rights and entitlements
The Egyptian government says that the power will stay on 24 hours a day this summer, even though it also says that it cannot import the fuel needed to keep