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Bribes and prejudice: why anti-graft measures worry Egypt's economists
Egypt's anti-corruption purge has sparked debate between idealists calling for a full reckoning and pragmatists concerned about the effects on a tottering economy  
Market Report: Egyptian stocks tumble for second day on corruption purge
Egypt's fight against corruption has just started
Gamal Mubarak and Fathi Sorour join accused in tourism corruption case
Prosecutor-general allows judges to investigate corruption cases
Criminal court to rule on former interior minister’s corruption trial Thursday
Iran to merge oil, energy ministries
The announcement is part of a plan to slim down the number of ministries to 17 from 21

Mffco Helwan workers protest for third day
Pay dispute takes a further turn as employees of the furniture maker return after a military-brokered end to their strike to find all three factories closed by administration

Egypt ranks 9th in Africa’s top investment countries
A survey, released by Ernst & Young, reveals that Egypt could remain an attractive destination for investors over the next five years

Bahrain offshore banking assets fell 10 per cent in unrest
Foreign assets of offshore banks dipped while their domestic assets and those of local retail banks remained stable, data shows

OPEC output falls in April due to Libyan crisis: Reuter's survey
The Libyan crisis has hampered OPEC's supplies despite extra suppplies of Saudi and Nigerian oil

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