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Thursday, 7 December 2017

NZ meat, ties with Korea and German travel advisory

Also worth noting in brief:

Companies in New Zealand will no longer have to go through individual inspections before exporting meat to Egypt, according to Scoop Independent News.

Trade and Industry Minister Tarek Kabil met with a delegation from the Egyptian-Korean Business Council yesterday to discuss ways to boost bilateral trade and investment. The delegation reiterated Korean interest in Egyptian investment, particularly in the Suez Canal area, and in national projects like the new administrative capital.

Germany amended its travel advisory to warn against travel to the Rafah border crossing, the German embassy in Cairo said in a statement on Wednesday. It was quick to point out that these amendments do not apply nationwide.

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