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Is the worst over for Egypt’s economy?

By Farah Halime Could Egypt’s economy be on the road to recovery? Some indicators suggest this might be the case. According to Reuters: Egyptian business activity shrank for the 13th month in a row in October but at a much slower rate, suggesting the economy may be improving after months of renewed political turmoil. The seasonally …

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Egypt’s misguided liberals

By Farah Halime, Rebel Economy Questions were already being raised about Egypt’s new liberals and whether they really were as democratic as they claimed to be. But, as Sharif Abdel Kouddous wrote in the Nation recently, “the turning point came on August 14, when the military and security forces brutally cleared the two mass sit-ins in …

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Stop the battle cries, people need hope

The gas bill collector cried at my door. He is not a young man but an Egyptian man in his mid-forties, who is a husband and a father. Culturally, men are not supposed to cry, but nevertheless, he did. He fought the tears in his eyes and the lump in his throat and lost. He …

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A big question mark on the Islamic finance industry

By Muhammad Zubair Mughal Apparently, it is a matter of pleasure that global volume of Islamic finance industry has crossed $1.3tn approximately, which is, definitely, providing the best and compatible sources of finance with interest free modes.  According to a careful estimate, there are more than 2000 Islamic Financial Institutions offering Islamic Banking, Islamic Insurance …

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