Egypt set to import Libyan oil
Egypt will import 900,000 barrels of oil a month from Libya starting in April and is paying off some of the money it owes to foreign energy firms, according to Minister of Petroleum Osama Kamal, to help ease energy shortages that are hitting the economy.
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