Will renationalisations transform Egypt's textile sector?
By Megan Detrie | 21 October 2011
A key figure in the Egyptian textile industry has called on his government to invest in the two companies that have recently been re-nationalised after a court decision ruled their privatisation by the deposed Mubarak regime was illegal.
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