A Study Of The Major Constraints On Egyptian Economic Growth During The Period 1998-2008: A Comparison With Malaysia
This paper attempts to identify the major constraints on the Egyptian economic growth performance during the period 1998-2008, in comparison with those of the Malaysian experience. The paper compares with Malaysia since it is one of the successful emerging markets which share certain characteristics with Egypt including Islamic traditions; both countries are middle-income countries which began liberal economic reform policies during the same period of time
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