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    Egypt's Information Society- 2005

    An outline of the initiatives implemented to bolster Egypt's transition into a fully-fledged information society while simultaneously addressing internal development issues through R&D, total domestic e-Access as well as the implementation of adaptable regulatory procedures in order to attract foreign investment.

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    Date Published: Oct 2005

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