The recent decision by the Egyptian Tax Authority to apply income taxes on social media influencers is creating a hot debate. A huge number of Egyptians, of all ages and backgrounds, are earning living by creating media content on YouTube and Facebook platforms in particular. There is no solid statistics on how much money they make. But, to put things into perspective, it is important to notice that almost all famous media personalities who worked on traditional television stations for years, have been moving their work to YouTube.
Theme: Economic Development
It is not a coincidence that the Egyptian President has chosen the Cathedral to deliver an assuring message to the Egyptian people about state efforts to overcome the economic crisis.
Religion is the most important and the most ignored factor hindering the Egyptian state’s quest to control the overpopulation crisis.
Exploring the dimensions of the relationship between Egypt and the United States and its impact on improving human rights conditions and liberal democratization in general, in addition to influencing the course of events on regional conflicts.
This paper discusses the potential of the Egyptian economy in light of withdrawing the military institution from market competition and how this is going to impact the democratization process in general.
Brief analysis on the impact of the economic crisis in Egypt on the approval ratings of the Egyptian president El-Sisi.
This paper analyzes the roots of the chronic political and socio-economic crises that kept the Egyptian economy suffering for seven decades.
Between 4-10 November 2016, LDI team conducted an opinion poll on the priorities of Egyptians’ needs following the radical economic reform decisions taken by the Central Bank on the morning of November 3rd, which included currency floating, and lifting partial subsidies on some petroleum products and other energy resources. The survey aims to measure the degree of citizens’ satisfaction with these decisions and their expected impact on their daily lives. The survey also measures the degree of Egyptian citizens’ willingness and readiness to cooperate with the government on facing these challenges.
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