A picture taken on January 21, 2015 shows branding on the walls at the headquarters of BP (British Petroleum) in Aberdeen, Scotland. AFP PHOTO / ANDY BUCHANAN
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British energy giant BP said Friday it would invest $12 billion (11 billion euros) in gas fields in Egypt together with Russian-owned partner DEA, calling it a "vote of confidence" in the country.BP said that during the construction phase the project would employ thousands of people.BP holds a 65-percent stake in the project, while DEA owns the remaining 35 percent.BP is already one of the largest foreign investors in Egypt, with investments totalling more than $25 billion over the past five decades.
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