Egypt's economy is in freefall after the military government's coup and bloody crackdown on protestors, experts say, with unemployment nearing 15% and foreign investors rushing for the exits. That economic isolation could make it hard for Egypt's post-coup leaders to put the country back on track. “Reconnecting the Egyptian economy with the global economy is the only way to encourage growth and build a long-term sustainable recovery,” writes Efraim Chalamish.

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