Food and Freedom
Investors Reconsider Egypt, but Its Economy Remains Fragile
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  • Jacksonian_Libertarian

    Sounds like one of the Communist countries that nationalized the farms, and then everyone starved. It seems to me there is plenty of water in the Nile and that creating more farm land in the desert is possible, the Israeli’s can do it even without such a huge water source as the Nile. The high price of food would lead to greater production of food in a free market, obviously there is serious interference in food production by the Government.

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