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​ith a growing population of more than 80mn, Egypt represents one of the largest markets in the region, agriculture contributes to around 13% of Egypt’s GDP in 2012/2013.
Egypt  remains  the  world’s  largest  wheat  importer,  and  moderating  global  prices  will  help  to decrease pressure on the country’s fiscal situation and on local inflation. In line with this, Egypt ramped up wheat imports at the end of 2013 as prices moderated sharply and as Russia, which traditionally​  supplies  the  country  at  very  competitive  prices,  returned  to  export  markets.  the lifting of the three-year ban on rice exports as providing a boost to the local industry. The sugar industry is benefiting from a tight local market and higher domestic prices.​

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Bashaier, 1st fruits, vegetables and herbs network on mobile and web with online marketplace, prices and extension services, in cooperation with the Agriculture Research Center / Ministry of Agriculture.
Asmaknet, 1st fish value chain network on mobile and web with online marketplace, prices and extension services, in cooperation with World Fish Int’l Center.
Albannet, 1st dairy value chain network on mobile and web with online marketplace, prices and extension services (coming end 2018), in cooperation with Ain Shams University / Faculty of Agriculture & SEED (Strengthening Entrepreneurship and Enterprise Development).
Agrirowad, 1st agribusiness SMEs and start-ups digital resources center and virtual incubator, to address the gaps in Egypt’s agribusiness value chains and promote SMEs and start-ups opportunities while linking them to investors and banks, in cooperation with the Dutch Embassy..

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