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Egypt's Morsi raises sales taxes. Indirect Taxes Commentary

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I think there's too much information touching upon different areas of the Egyptian economy. There's taxes, subsidies, a loan from the IMF, income taxes, etc. They all cover different portions of the syllabus and I don't see how you could fit all the analysis into 750 words.

Also, supply and demand of what exactly?

Try finding an article that is moderately specific and doesn't have a vast amount of economic concepts.

This is just my view. Hope I helped.

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I think there's too much information touching upon different areas of the Egyptian economy. There's taxes, subsidies, a loan from the IMF, income taxes, etc. They all cover different portions of the syllabus and I don't see how you could fit all the analysis into 750 words.

Also, supply and demand of what exactly?

Try finding an article that is moderately specific and doesn't have a vast amount of economic concepts.

This is just my view. Hope I helped.

I don't have to cover everything that is mentioned. I thought I could just focus on the indirect taxes and ignore the rest.

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I wouldn't recommend that. But if your teachers are okay with it, then go ahead. Besides, also listen to what the others here have to say about the article and then make a decision :)

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