15‏/03‏/2011

Analysts: from the direction of Arab concern about a closed economy Crisis may revive the policies of nationalization - has warned a number of observers and analysts of a return to protectionist policies, and closed economy, to the Middle East and North Africa, against the backdrop of political crisis and the desire of governments to meet popular demands, noting that it would hurt the private sector, and will draw parameters of a new phase with the return of Arab capital to Europe and America.
He said Turker Hamza Hugo, an analyst in the "Bank of America - Merrill Lynch," during an interview with "The Middle East CNN": "Fears multiple Arab countries today, and can be distributed between the political concerns and economic concerns of the possibility of stopping the process of economic openness in Egypt and a return to nationalization, for example, and fears of civil war in Libya. "
He added: "But now the primary source of horror is the possibility of blocking the production and transportation of oil, which affects the global economy as a whole."
He Hamza Ugo to a concern of a "return to protectionist policies and to undo the steps of economic openness."
He explained his view by saying: "If what is required is to continue to grow and create more jobs, there must be a model to strengthen the private sector is often, but in view of the situation in Egypt and Tunisia, I doubt that it would continue economic liberalism in its current form in the coming period."
Many of the investors in the Middle East have taken their investments from Western markets rocked by the global financial crisis to the markets in the Middle East and North Africa, to benefit from continued growth in those countries.
And this was reflected clearly in the growing region's share of foreign investment of 6.45 per cent in 2008 to 7.77 percent in 2009. And those funds came from the Gulf and the Middle East in general, and invested in the form of infrastructure projects in Egypt and Libya in the energy and tourism in Tunisia.
But the near future does not look bright for those investments, according to Anis Faraj: The Executive Director of the Company, "The National Investor," which he said: "It is clear that all sectors of the economy outside the oil and gas, which depends on exports will suffer from the effects of economic conditions that exist, and will influence the services sectors industry and retail sales. "
He Farag: "If you talk to any investor in the region you will see that he was looking for new markets for his money, he wants to convey its investments to places of safe and stable, and I think that first goal will be the United States because of the strong links with the dollar, and then to Europe."
Indeed, many investors are trying to get out of financial markets in the region, and the figures show the Arab Monetary Fund that the stock markets lost during the five weeks that followed the beginning of events in Egypt for about $ 140 billion, equivalent to nine per cent of general income for the region. Menkwol 
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