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28 May 2012 By Una Galani

Egyptians will have to choose between the old regime and political Islam in the run-off to presidential elections. The Muslim Brotherhood candidate looks like a better bet to fix Egypt’s economy. But the vote leaves a polarised nation, which will be a source of worry to investors.

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