Egypt is one of the most developed countries in the Middle East, holding the second largest economy in Africa. While this has undoubtedly granted it a strong image amongst the world's economies, it is still plagued by high rates of corruption spread across various industries. The most common forms of corruption encountered in Egypt include bribery, embezzlement, tampering with official documents and extortion. A poor legal framework and a widespread culture of nepotism and favouritism render businesses in the country reliant on strong connections to operate.
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