Hammond, Andrew
July 2002
Middle East;Jul/Aug2002, Issue 325, p40
Explores the state of the Egyptian stock market. Decline of net profits the Commercial International Bank; Problems with economic reforms; Launch of a web-based electronic trading system from LiquidAfrica.


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