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Published on Jun 14, 2014
As the polls close on yet another election, many hope that Egypt will move from a period of seemingly-perpetual transition to regain a stable footing. Nowhere does this seem to be more crucial than in the economic sector; Egypt currently faces crises in energy management, a dysfunctional subsidy system, a huge balance-of-payments deficit, growing national debt, and the need to encourage productive investment. In order to examine Egypt's current economic landscape, and particularly the challenges—and opportunities—the next political leadership will face, The Tahrir Institute for Middle East Policy (TIMEP) is pleased to invite you to a panel discussion with some of the region's foremost experts on the most pressing issues facing the Egyptian economy.