Privatisation programme lumbers slowly on

Brindle, Simon
April 2003
Middle East;Apr2003, Issue 333, p52
Focuses on the privatization programs of public sector firms in Egypt. Reasons for opting privatization programs by the government; Features of privatization programs; Economic conditions of Egypt.


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