Egypt tries to woo back foreign investors

Egypt has seen foreign investment drop by almost a third in the first three months of this year, as overseas businesses grew nervous about the political future of the country.

Other companies were scared off by the crimninal charges being brought against investors for deals which went through under the previous regime.

So how can the Arab world's most populous country encourage the return of overseas business?

Philip Hampsheir reports from Cairo.

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