4.3 Unemployment 12
5 Economic Structure 13
5.1 Agriculture 13
5.2 Industry 15
5.3 Services Sector 16
6 International Economic Relations 17
6.1 Foreign Trade by Major Countries 17
6.2 Foreign Trade by Commodities 17
6.3 Foreign Direct Investment 18
7 Major Problems of Economy in Future 19
8 Conclusion 20
The Country of Egypt 2
Egypt is well-known for its ancient...
Egypt is officially named as the Arab Republic of Egypt, is a state in North Africa which is covering a region of about 1,001,450 square kilometers.
This paper contains geographical, demographical, governmental and historical statistics and on also focuses on the economic strategy and formation, the macroeconomic situation and the state's global economic relations to present Egypt's position in the world and its markets.
Egypt is located at 1,001,450 square kilometers. It is the world's 38th largest and leading country. It is similar in size to Tanzania, double the size of France, four times the size of the United Kingdom and is further more than half the size of the United State of Alaska. However, due to the dryness of Egypt's climate, population centers are determined all along the narrow Nile Valley and Delta which means that about 99% of the population employs merely about 5.5% of the entire land area.
Egypt is surrounded by Libya to the west, Sudan to the south and by the Gaza Strip and Israel to the east. Egypt's significant job in geopolitics branch is from its considered situation that is a transcontinental state; it possesses a land bridge namely, the Isthmus of Suez, located amid Africa and Asia, which sequentially is negotiated by a passable waterway, the Suez Canal that is joined with the Mediterranean Sea and the Indian Ocean through the Red Sea.