Egypt's economy

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Egypt's economy is being damaged by continuing political violence, two years after the revolution. Katy Watson visits a textiles factory in Egypt and finds out how the business and the workers have been affected by the political situation.

Angus Blair, president of the Signet Institute, an economic thinktank for the Middle East and North Africa, in Cairo, talks about the key factors which have been shaping the Egyptian economy since 2011.

Plus, Jeremy Wagstaff from Reuters explains the reasons behind Burma's surprising shortage of cellphones.

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Wed 30 Jan 2013 23:32 GMT

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