Facing tough economic problems at home, Egypt looks to increase cooperation with Lebanon – in part by exporting more raw construction materials to the country. (The Daily Star/Hasan Shaaban)
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Lebanon and Egypt will cooperate in increasing their exports to African countries, said Egyptian Ambassador to Lebanon Mohammed Badr al-Din Zayed.BML and the Egyptian embassy also announced a conference would be held Feb. 29 at Phoenicia Hotel in a bid to discuss possible business opportunities between businessmen in Lebanon and Egypt in the field of raw materials used for construction. Zayed said that the conference aims at increasing Egyptian exports of raw construction materials to Lebanon. Ahmed Abdel Hamid, head of Egypt's Chamber of Building Materials Industries, reiterated Zayed's comments, saying that Egypt is keen to revive and increase its exports to Lebanon.
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