What the media is not telling you about Egypt’s tourism crisis
The media is still covering Egypt’s economy as it struggles to recover from a massive tourism downturn that began in late 2013, but the country is still struggling to attract international tourists.
The country’s tourism industry has lost nearly $1 billion in value since December.
The number of foreign tourists in Egypt has fallen to just 3.2 million in March from about 4.2 millions in January.
Tourism officials said there are still a few million visitors in the country, and they are struggling to keep pace with the increase in tourism.
Egypt has a population of just over 1.5 billion.
The economy, however, is still relatively strong.
Egypt, a country of about 250 million people, is Egypt’s biggest trading partner and third largest exporter of crude oil after China and the United States.
The government has been trying to promote tourism and increase the number of tourists and foreigners coming to the country by expanding the number and duration of official visits, and introducing new forms of tourism.
The tourism sector has also been trying more actively to attract foreign investment, particularly from outside the Middle East and Africa.
Tourism was among the sectors that made up the biggest share of economic activity in Egypt last year, according to the Ministry of Tourism.
The Ministry of Transport and Tourism is also trying to boost the number, length and value of official and private visits.
However, the tourism industry, which has suffered from the downturn, is struggling to meet the demand from foreigners, with an average of less than 400 foreign tourists visiting Egypt each day.
The ministry said in March that foreign tourists would not account for 60 percent of the population of Egypt by 2020, down from 70 percent a year earlier.
Tourism and the economy The Egyptian economy is heavily dependent on tourism, with a high number of foreigners and tourists coming to Egypt every day.
In 2014, foreign tourists accounted for 40 percent of all foreign tourists and nearly half of all visitors in Egypt.
A large number of Egyptian nationals travel to the United Kingdom to work as contractors or temporary workers.
According to a report by the United Nations Economic Commission for Africa, Egypt’s overall economy accounts for more than half of the African continent’s gross domestic product.
It has the third-largest population of the continent, and the third largest economy, after Ethiopia and Morocco.
Egypt is one of the fastest-growing economies in the world and one of its main export markets.
In 2016, the country exported $5.3 billion worth of goods to the world, a 20 percent increase from 2015.
The international tourism industry accounts for nearly a third of Egypt’s GDP, and tourism accounts for almost all of the country’s exports.
Egypt was ranked number six on the 2016 World Economic Forum’s list of the top 10 fastest-expanding economies.
Egypt’s Ministry of Industry, Trade and Finance has been working hard to boost tourism.
In November 2016, it launched a number of new initiatives to boost its economy.
The first of these initiatives was a tourism tourism campaign, which the ministry said would generate up to $400 million in additional tourism revenues by 2020.
In February 2017, the ministry launched a new tourism campaign aimed at attracting foreign tourists to the city of Alexandria.
The campaign included a video featuring a young Egyptian woman in a bikini and singing a song about the beauty of Egypt.
The new campaign also focused on boosting tourism.
A similar campaign, titled “The Journey of a Dream,” has also become popular, with more than 10,000 people joining the campaign.
The third initiative aimed at promoting tourism was a travel program called “The Tourist, the Destination,” which is funded by the government, and is aimed at encouraging tourism in Egypt by increasing the number people visiting Egypt.
Tourism is a major source of income for Egypt’s government, which is heavily reliant on foreign tourists.
According the Ministry’s Economic Survey, the government generated $3.5 million in tourism revenue in 2016.
Egypt received $3 billion from foreign tourists last year.
It was also the third biggest source of foreign tourist arrivals in the Middle Eastern region, according a report from the Egyptian Center for Political and Economic Analysis (ECAPA).
Foreign visitors made up 40 percent to 50 percent of foreign arrivals in Egypt, the ECAPA said in its report, while the tourism sector was about 30 percent of Egyptian GDP.
Egypt also has a number and types of tourist attractions, including museums, beaches, museums and temples.
The ECApaA report also noted that the tourism industries contributed $3 trillion to the Egyptian economy last year and generated over $3,000 in additional GDP.
A Tourism Ministry official said that the country has made some efforts to attract foreigners.
The official said the ministry is increasing the length and length of official tours, expanding the duration of private visits, increasing the value of tourist packages, and increasing the amount of private travel.
But, the official said, these efforts do not work.
The foreign tourist sector is not only affected by the tourism downturn.
The Egyptian Ministry of Finance also is struggling with the