Egypt's "dream revolution" still looks distant
Disappointment has replaced hope two years after the Tahrir Square rebellion that ousted Hosni Mubarak. The IMF deal is a boost but the economy lacks direction and support for the Muslim Brotherhood is waning. Investors hoping to profit from Egypt’s potential face a long wait.
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