Egypt Institute Journal (Vol. 5 – Issue 17) / studies

Egyptian Agricultural Policies: Patterns and Implications

january 2020

january 2020

Egyptian researcher, obtained a master’s degree in political science, Faculty of Economics and Political Science, Cairo University, specializing in political economy


This article addresses the Egyptian agricultural policies, the giant agricultural projects that serve major corporations, the policy of production for export, and controlling the production of milk and focusing it in the hands of these major companies. The paper also addresses the crisis of likely severe shortage in water, raising several questions about the decline from defending water rights to accepting anything and attempting to adapt to impositions of the general state of weakness in the internal and external policies that dominate Egypt.

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