Ikram informs us that by the end of the first five-year plan "the public sector accounted for some 90 percent of total (monetized) investment throughout the 1960s and until 1973.
By the end of 1980, the effects of the Infitah to the West were simply to: establish a parallel market for foreign exchange; reduce exchange restrictions; reform banking laws; somewhat decentralize the making of economic decisions; and increase private sector participation in the economy in order to compete with the public sector.
He could do so only by speeding up the dissolution of the public sector.
Indeed, Mubarak has accelerated the pace of gutting the public sector and in doing so has exacerbated the economic crisis that started under Sadat.
The state has been facing a contradiction regarding the Privatization of the public sector.
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