Egyptian Exports to Morocco Rise to $50m
Egyptian exports to Morocco are expected to reach $50 million by the end of this year, the Middle East reported Wednesday, quoting Egypt's ambassador to Rabat Ahmed Fathalah as saying.
According to the paper, this compares favorably with a meager $16 million in exports three years ago, prior to the inception of the Egyptian-Moroccan Committee.
The ambassador added that Arab Contractors, Egypt's largest building company, has entered into the Moroccan market, with investments estimated at $36 million -- Albawaba.com
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