Appropriate Economic Development for Egypt Egypt is a nation that is struggling with economic development and it has a number of issues that are currently plaguing it. Those issues are as follows: severe unemployment; high inflation; and high levels of corruption (Elaasar, 2009). Additionally, a look at the available data indicates that agriculture remains the largest job supplier in the economy (Assignment 1 data, n.d.). Thus, what we have in Egypt is a situation wherein the country appears to be overly-reliant on agriculture and also wracked by cronyism and by unemployment made worse because of high inflation. It must also be conceded that Egypt is wracked by stagnant growth at the present time – at least according to one source...The end:
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