Risk-managing the Middle East's revolutions

Risk-managing revolution

egypt-uprising

Late January 2011 was a strange time for Ashraf Abdul Wahab, head of the dealing room at Crédit Agricole’s Egyptian branch in Cairo – the office was closed, executive committee meetings were being held in the living rooms of his colleagues and – to make matters worse – the coffee was running out.

For the past few weeks, civil unrest had been spreading across Egypt. On January 25, the first organised protests began in downtown Cairo (see box), and the capital quickly became the backdrop to a

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