A recent bidding war by European and regional groups for the two Egyptian food companies Bisco Misr and Arab Dairy has proven symptomatic for the Egyptian economy. After four years of political turmoil the country now led by general and president Abdel Fatah Al-Sisi has become more stable and investors are returning to the market of 90 million consumers. New reforms especially in the energy sector has restored confidence and the prospect of an added 1 million consumers attracts capital from the outside.
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