The coronavirus is having an impact, but the Middle East's startup scene is showing some unexpected trends.
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The neighboring countries have very different experiences with tech, but their futures are intertwined.
The tech that will shape the Middle East, from 5G and 4G adoption, upheaval in finance, to shifts in retail and AI.
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With more than 100 million inhabitants, Egypt is the most populous country in the Middle East.
Uber's $3.1bn acquisition of Careem earlier this year has put the region's startups in the spotlight.
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Concerns about free expression and privacy are shaping online behaviors in the Middle East, as more governments crack down.