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To What Extent Should Egypt go Deep in its Free Trade Area with the United States? If Any!!1

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Affiliations: 1: Associate Professor, Faculty of Economics & Political Science, Cairo University. Email address: The author would like to thank Hanaa Kheir El-Din, Mohamed Raeif, Dina Mandour of Cairo University and Eugenia Baroncelli of the World Bank for valuable comments on an earlier draft of this study. Usual disclaimers apply.


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