Egypt's Political Future `Unpredictable'

July 4 (Bloomberg) -- Robert Bowker, adjunct professor in the Centre for Arab and Islamic Studies at Australian National University and a former Australian ambassador to Egypt, talks about Egypt's political outlook. Mohamed Mursi was ousted from power as Egypt's president a year after his election, in what it said was a bid to restore stability in a nation polarized by his Islamist leadership. Bowker speaks from Canberra with Susan Li on Bloomberg Television's "First Up." (Source: Bloomberg)

Walloons Step Aside: EU Signals Belgian Breakthrough
35:29 - The French-speaking Belgian region of Wallonia, which has stalled a free-trade pact between the European Union and Canada, is open to commerce agreements as long as they give the state sufficient protections, according to Christophe Collignon, head of the Socialist group in the Walloon parliament. Bloomberg's Mark Bunting reports on "Bloomberg Markets." (Source: Bloomberg)
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