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VIDEO: Egypt presents 12 pillars of 2030 economic vision

A video giving a detailed presentation of Egypt's economic vision

Ahram Online , Saturday 14 Mar 2015
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Egypt's government screened a video early on Saturday at the Egyptian Economic Development Conference in Sharm El-Sheikh, giving a detailed presentation of their economic vision for 2030.
*Video courtsey of the Sustainable Development Strategy 2030 official Facebook page. 
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14-03-2015 11:29pm
Population Management
The Vision is starting to take shape, and the message is good, though 12 Pillars are too many for the Egyptian man in the street to comprehend, they could be integrated into 5-6 to keep track of, this is a work in progress, great start. One key absent element of this vision is “Population management”, we should level with the Egyptian people and make sure we don’t increase the population out of control by 2030. If we can’t face the religious institutions with family control policy, make tax rates (for new families) based on number of children, if a family want to have more mouths to feed they have to pay more for all services.
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