The New Suez Canal and the SC Economic Zone: A Case Study

 

 

The New Suez Canal, built over a one-year period from 2014 to 2015, represents a tremendous success for Egypt. But the uncompleted plans for the surrounding economic zone point to the shortcomings of current trans-Atlantic economics, and the potential offered by the Alexander Hamilton-style credit policy. This is a presentation by Jason Ross to a group of engineers in Manhattan.

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