Nutrition and economic development: Exploring Egypt's exceptionalism and the role of food subsidies
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KeywordsEGYPT; ARAB COUNTRIES; MIDDLE EAST; NORTH AFRICA; AFRICA; nutrition; nutrition policies; economic development; malnutrition; diabetes; obesity; food policies; subsidies; poverty; agricultural policies; agricultural development; double burden; resilience;
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