Video coverage from this half-day briefing:
Angus Blair of Signet Institute
Laura Osman of Concord Investments
Walid Hegazy of Crowell & Moring
Still in a difficult transition period following its revolution, Egypt’s politics and its economy are in a state of flux. Investors express optimism about Egypt’s long-term prospects, given its large, youthful and growing population; reasonably diversified economy; strategic location; position as a leader in the Arab World; combined with some useful resources (proven gas reserves have increased substantially over the past two decades for example). The difficulty for investors is to predict the right time to commit resources and gain competitive advantage.
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