The proposed regulation has dominated the national conversation for weeks. Opponents, including chambers of commerce around the country, warn that it will damage an already suffering economy. Those who work night shifts will lose their jobs and, with Egyptians unable to shop late, sales will be stifled and small businesses will be forced to lay off workers, they say.Others argue that it is biased against the poor, given that venues catering to rich Egyptians will be able to get tourist licenses â¿¿ which are not necessarily linked to actual business with tourists â¿¿ at a time when small business owners are struggling to make ends meet because of the economic crisis.
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