Once welcomed, Syrians in Egypt now face hostility

Sep 25, 2013
Egypt once gave a warm welcome to Syrians fleeing the country's civil war but as more have come the welcome is wearing thin.

Egypt's trains falter; microbuses fill the gap

Sep 9, 2013
Egypt's new government has suspended the national rail service. This is bad news for most Egyptians, but good news for the country's microbus drivers.

Egypt's Morsi leaves legacy of economic 'disaster'

Aug 23, 2013
Egypt's deposed President, Mohamed Morsi, inherited a country in economic shambles. His largely ineffectual response only exacerbated the problem.
A poster of deposed Egyptian President Mohammed Morsi lies in the debris left outside the Rabaa al-Adaweya Mosque in Nasr City on August 15, 2013 in Cairo, Egypt.
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A few good men? U.S. aid trained and equipped Egypt's military

Aug 20, 2013
Besides direct financial aid that the U.S. provides Egypt, the U.S. military also helps educate Egyptian military officers.

Who's still investing in Egypt's economy?

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Aug 19, 2013
The upheaval in Egypt is terrible for the Egyptian economy, but some countries and companies remain.

U.S. reconsiders billions in aid to Egypt's military

Aug 19, 2013
So far, the U.S. is suspending military exercises with Egypt, but not cutting off military aid money.

EU questions aid to Egypt as violence rages

Aug 19, 2013
As violence escalates and criticism grows of Egypt's military-backed regime, European aid to Egypt is now under greater scrutiny.

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Egyptian business owners adapt to social unrest

Aug 16, 2013
A small business owner in Cairo came to work today, despite danger in the area.

How multinationals in Egypt are responding to the unrest

Aug 16, 2013
A look at Egypt, as companies plan their responses to widespread civil unrest

Western businesses pull out of Egypt

Aug 15, 2013
What happens to business when a country is in chaos?