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Hundreds of thousands of demonstrators gather at Cairo's Tahrir Square
Hundreds of thousands of demonstrators gather at Cairo's Tahrir Square
STORY HIGHLIGHTS
  • Egypt's economy has lost an estimated $310 million a day during the recent instability
  • Crucial tourism and investment sectors have been hit in Egypt
  • Turkish Finance Minister talks about the lessons Egypt can learn

(CNN) -- In Focus: Egypt's Economic Fragility

Egypt's economy has taken a turn during the recent instability, losing an estimated $310 million a day. The crucial tourism and investment sectors have been hit and economic growth has been downgraded. This week MME takes a look at Egypt's financial fragility.

Facetime: Mehmet Simsek, Turkish Finance Minister

The new Egyptian government is now facing the task of addressing the issues that moved Egyptians to revolt, including economic conditions. But what path will the country take?

This week MME sat down with the Turkish Finance Minister Mehmet Simsek about the lessons that Egypt can learn from following the Turkish model for business.

Watch the show this week at the times (GMT) below:

Friday: 0915, 1745
Saturday: 0445
Sunday: 0615,1745
Mondays: 0145

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