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Morsi 'shot himself in the foot'

Mohammed Morsi inherited a difficult economic and financial situation when he became Egypt's president last year.

But nonetheless, he could have done more to stabilise the country, according to Citibank economist Farouk Soussa.

He also told the BBC's Middle East Business Report what he believed Egypt's government and the IMF should do to get the economy of the Arab world's most populous nation back on its feet.

  • 05 Jul 2013
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