Stock market report

Album, Andrew
May 1999
Middle East;May99, Issue 290, p33
Focuses on the role of the economic growth of Egypt on the rise in share prices in the Middle East. Factors reviving investor interest in Egyptian equities; Government's privatization efforts; Plans of private companies to raise funds through divestments; Impact of foreign direct investments on the country's economy; Economic problems of the Gulf countries.


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