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Population Increase - Explosion of People!

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Essay title: Population Increase - Explosion of People!

“An Economic crisis has been a fact in Egypt for the last 5 decades. The day to day life of an average citizen has suffered going from bad to worse all the time.”


Explosion of people!

Egypt, officially the Arab Republic of Egypt, is one of the most important Arab countries, with its famous capital city, Cairo. Most of Egypt’s terrain is desert, divided into 2 unequal parts by the Nile River. The valley and delta of the Nile are the main centers of habitation.

Egypt is dependent upon foreign military and economic aid, quite strongly. From 1955 to 1972, Egypt relied primarily on the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics (USSR) and other Communist countries. Recently the Egyptian government developed close political ties with the United States, particularly after the United States helped facilitate the 1979 treaty with Israel. Egypt receives substantial economic and military aid from the United States.

Egypt has many environmental problems and some of them complicate efforts to promote economic and social development, such as water quality and quantity, soil loss and environmental effects of tourism. The size and rapid growth of Egypt’s population have caused additional environmental problems. Overcrowded cities and streets are filled with externalities such as, pollution-spewing cars and trucks, public transportation is poorly developed and factories contaminate the air.

None of Egypt’s environmental difficulties are impossible to solve. Egypt is a small country relative to the size of the world economy, it has great historical traditions and continuity as well as an excellent location and a skilled

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