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Little optimism among Egypt shipbuilders

As political crisis persists, many in Alexandria are disappointed, expressing little hope for the future.
Last Modified: 09 Dec 2012 20:15

Many Egyptians had been optimistic about change when President Mohamed Morsi took office. But now, some people say they are disappointed and have little hope for the future.

From Alexandria, Al Jazeera's Casey Kauffman reports on what the revolution has - and has not - meant for the country's shipbuilding industry.

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