American Energy Company To Invest $1 Billion In Egypt


The Arab Spring, which began early last year and swept eastwards across Africa’s Magreb, has completely upended the region’s politics. Responses range from the relatively benign outcome in Tunisia, where it all began, to Egypt, where President Hosni Mubarak was forced from office and now faces trial by the military government that succeed him, to Libya, where former leader Muammar Gadhaffi was killed following his capture. The final result in Syria has yet to emerge. Seeing opportunity where others see risk, Houston-based oil and…

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