Posted on July 18, 2004. Filed under: Uncategorized |

Economist.com | Egypt: “The new prime minister, Ahmed Nazif, was the previous cabinet’s youngest member. Born in the year and month of the army’s takeover, he earned a doctorate in Canada [at McGill] before returning to Egypt in the 1980s to champion the spread of computer literacy. As minister of communications, one of his achievements was to back a programme to expand access to the internet that is considered a model for developing countries. In March, he accompanied Gamal Mubarak on a trip to America.”


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