EPC | 01 Jan 2015
The European Union is the largest trade partner with Egypt. Egypt’s volume of trade with the EU stands at 42% of the country’s total external trade, while the EU volume of trade with Egypt is about 0.004 of the total external trade of EU members.
The Egyptian economy faced grave challenges in the past three years that coincided with political transition and the accompanying social and security hardships.
The Egyptian-Sudanese partnership has been controversial due to the politicization of relations and the contradictory visions of the ruling elites in both countries over the years.
Egyptian policy-makers face a complicated and a multilateral problem, which has to do with the relationship between the state and the labor force.
Egypt will host the Egypt Economic Development Conference in Sharm El Sheikh on March 13-15, 2015, the Egyptian government announced. The conference will cover three themes for economic reform: First, reduction of budget deficit and fiscal discipline, reform of tax system and reduce expenditures, boost state revenues and exploit natural resources in the country.
EPC | 01 Dec 2014
The Muslim Youth Uprising on Friday, Nov. 28, 2014 was quiet like any other Friday after the sit-in in Rabiaa al-Adawiya Square was dispersed on Aug. 13, 2013. The revolution planned by the Salafist Front have not materialized.
The EU, with 27 member-states, is the third largest economy in the world. The EU has 16% of the world population with a GDP of about €10957.9 billion, which surpasses the US GDP. The EU is also is the largest donor of official development assistance to developing countries.
This paper seeks to foresee the future tracks of the negotiations on Iran’s nuclear program based on clarifying the objectives of players in dealing with this issue, their red lines and achieved objectives so far.