U.A.E. to Invest $3 Billion in Egypt Agriculture, Ahram Says
The United Arab Emirates will invest as much as $3 billion in four agricultural projects in Egypt, state-run Al-Ahram reported, citing Agriculture Minister Mohamed Ismail.
Ismail said the joint Egyptian-Emirati projects include poultry and cattle farms, the Cairo-based daily said.
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