- ^ For a summary of this research, see Yitzhak Gal, “El-Sisi and Egypt’s Economic Future: Fundamental Challenges, Bold Moves, and High Risks”, Institute for National Security Studies, strategic assessment 18, no. 2 (July 2015): 21–36.
- ^ Yossi Zeira et al., “The Economic Costs of the Conflict to Israel: The Burden and Potential Risks”, in Economics and Politics in the Israeli Palestinian Conflict, ed. Arie Arnon and Saeb Bamya (The AIX Group, 2015), 74.
- ^ See, for example, the analysis in Zeira et al., “The Economic Costs of the Conflict to Israel”, 75–76.
- ^ There are considerable differences between Israel Central Bureau of Statistics trade data, used for the analysis of Israeli trade with Egypt, and Egyptian trade statistics as reported in the World Bank’s World Integrated Trade Solution database. Nevertheless, the magnitudes are more or less similar (except for Egyptian exports of oil to Israel).
- ^ Tova Cohen and Ari Rabinovitch, “Egyptian firm to buy $15 billion of Israeli natural gas”, Reuters, 19 February 2018, https://www.reuters.com/article/us-israel-egypt-natgas/egyptian-firm-to-buy-15-billion-of-israeli-natural-gas-idUSKCN1G31BK.
- ^ Israel Central Bureau of Statistics (ICBS) data of Israeli trade with Egypt exclude Israeli imports of oil, which were a major part of imports from Egypt until the early 2000s. This analysis adds oil imports to ICBS data. Egyptian oil exports to Israel are as stated in the World Bank’s World Integrated Trade Solution database, based on Egyptian reports: https://wits.worldbank.org/.
- ^ “QIZ Egypt”, Egyptian Ministry of Trade and Industry, http://www.qizegypt.gov.eg/images/Overall%20Profile%2030-6-2016.pdf, http://www.qizegypt.gov.eg/Data_QualifiedCompanies.aspx?show=1# and http://www.qizegypt.gov.eg/images/QIZ_Companies_List_Report_Qverall.pdf.
- ^ Ibid.