Egypt's cycle of violence is tearing the country apart and threatening its economy
The country's key drivers of growth, tourism and foreign investment, are under pressure
Tourists are leaving, aid is under question and foreign investment is dropping
The country cannot afford its economy to go into tailspin
The vicious cycle of violence – with more than 900 people killed in the span of a week – is tearing the social fabric of Egypt and threatens to put the economy into a tailspin when it can least afford it.
Two core drivers of the region’s most populous country, tourism and foreign investment, are u