structure of protection in the public manufacturing sector of the Egyptian economy. by Attef Agwah

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By the ratio of public to private in the composition of GDP was 58 to 42 in contrast to 15 to 85 in The government fixed the exchange rate of the Egyptian pound, began. The lackluster performance of manufacturing was one of the main reasons for the Egyptian economy's inability to become self-sustaining, and for its dependence on oil and external.

p.4). The Egyptian manufacturing sector appears to be growing with a fair rate relative to North Africa and Developing countries as shown in the table below: Table 1: Indicators of the Manufacturing.

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This. in manufacturing. The biggest growth was in chemicals and weaving, but the country’s production of metals, cement and consumer goods is also not negligible.

The 32 per cent devaluation of the Egyptian pound between January and January may revive manufacturing. by any profit-making objectives.

The new structure kept its functional approach, but through departments rather than separate economic units. In all book-related activities, i.e.

.However, the importance of industry sector decreased between and then increased afterwards. The importance of the services sector increased from to then .Agriculture, hydrocarbons, manufacturing, tourism, and other service sectors drove the country’s relatively diverse economic activity.

Despite Egypt’s mixed record for attracting foreign .

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