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Although the public manufacturing sector has b e e n organized and reorganized with various intermediary agencies operating b e t w e e n ministries and enterprises, the h e a d s of enterprises h a v e always b e e n restrained by government rules and regulations. This is particularly true in m a n a g e m e n t - l a b o r relations. Since the N a s s e r regime, any graduate of university or technical school in Egypt is entitled to public e m p l o y m e n t , with the result that most g o v e r n m e n t agencies, including business c o r p o r a t i o n s , are heavily overstaffed.
A, agricultural sector; D C D, domestically produced consumer durables; D C N, domestically produced consumer nondurables; D F , domestically produced food; EP, export promotion; F, foreign country; H, households; M C D, imports of consumer durables; M C N, imports of consumer nondurables; M F, imports of foodstuffs; M p, imports of producer goods; Ν A, nonagricultural sector; PES, primary export substitution; PIS, primary import substitution; SES, secondary export substitution; SIS, secondary import substitution.
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Economic Structure and Performance by Hollis B. Chenery