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A worker arranges freshly baked bread for sale at the Al-Monira market in Cairo, Egypt.
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Egypt plans to cut wheat imports by 500,000 tons per year, or about 10%, by eking out more subsidized bread from its grain, Supply Minister Aly El-Moselhy said.