Achment Gonim

Achment Gonim (Bsc, MA) is a senior political and security risk analyst at a London-based risk management firm that works with governmental and non-governmental developmental agencies as well as multinational corporations. Gonim’s work has focused more widely on the Mediterranean, Middle East and North Africa regions with a particular focus on Turkey, Greece, Egypt, Syria

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I.M.F. Reforms Not Enough to Repair Egypt’s Economy

Source: Middle East Institute Author(s): Hossam Abougabal, Achment Gonim Original Link: Addressing Egypt’s economic woes remains a matter of urgency for the stability of the government and the country as a whole. Egypt’s economic recovery plan, which was spearheaded by President Abdel Fattah el-Sisi in 2015...

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Resolving Egypt’s Housing Crisis Crucial to Long-Term Stability

Source: Middle East Institute Author(s): Achment Gonim, Hossam Abougabal Original Link: With a population growing at a rate of approximately 2 percent per year, Egypt is faced with an urbanization crisis, as many of its cities find themselves increasingly overcrowded. Egypt’s housing crisis affects...

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