Egyptian Economy Remains Depressed
Somewhere in between, but closer to Libya's fate, is that of Egypt. While its economy have recovered some of the damage inflicted during the worst unrest, both tourism and foreign investments and therefore allover economic output remains well below pre-unrest levels.
If political stability continues and relatively secular forces gain power, then the Egyptian economy will likely soon make a full recovery. If however unrest breaks out again and/or the islamic fundamentalist Muslim brotherhood gains power, then recovery will take a very long time, if it is ever achieved.