Egypt’s infrastructure investment potential

Despite a good current state of transport infrastructure, prospects for Egypt were challenging even before recent unrest and political turmoil. Major obstacles include widespread poverty, rising unemployment, slow economic growth and a lack of investment.

The good state of current infrastructure will not be sustained as numerous projects have been put on hold.

The sheer scope of projects currently under consideration will require a huge investment drive and will be almost wholly reliant on FDI. But, given the current political uncertainty, international investment is not likely to forthcoming.

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