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Tuesday, 27 November 2018

Egypt to begin exporting fruits and vegetables to China next month

Egypt will begin exporting several food products to China next month after Deputy Agriculture Minister Mona Mehrez signed an MoU with Vice Minister of China Customs Hu Wei yesterday, Al Mal reports. Crops earmarked for export include beets, dates, mangoes, grapes, strawberries, onion, potatoes, and pomegranates, as well as honey. Agriculture officials have been targeting new export markets lately and are eyeing countries in East Asia as potential export markets.

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