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This time it's different

27 Jun 2011 By Una Galani

Cairo wins the popular vote by turning down over $5 bln in loans offered by Western lenders. The decision will make it more dependent on aid from undemocratic Gulf donors. It will drive up funding costs, despite mooted spending cuts. However good it feels, Egypt shouldn’t say no.

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