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1 May 2007 By Martin Hutchinson

Under its Islamist government, the country has been modernising. But with a trade deficit of 7% of GDP, it needs the support of foreigners. Threats of a secular coup could scare them away. If investors start worrying, other fragile European economies could suffer.

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