2012 has been a year of power struggles in Egypt. Markets have been volatile in sympathy with the political turmoil, and with arguments raging over a new constitution, a $4.8bn IMF loan is on hold. Raza Agha, chief economist for Middle East and Africa at VTB Capital, explains to Rob Minto the risks of extended political uncertainty in Egypt.
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