A Cairo businessman’s view of Egypts new chapter

David Brancaccio Jul 4, 2013
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A Cairo businessman’s view of Egypts new chapter

David Brancaccio Jul 4, 2013
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Egypt’s military chief announced Wednesday that President Mohammed Morsi had been deposed, after days of mass demonstrations against him. On Thursday, Supreme Constitutional Court Chief Justice Mansour Adly was sworn in as Egypt’s interim president.

Tarek Tawfik, managing director of the Cairo Poulty Company, joins Marketplace Morning Report host David Brancaccio from Cairo to discuss the political and economic challenges ahead for him and his country.

The AP contributed to this report.

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