Egypt and Poland have signed an agreement aimed at promoting industrial co-operation between the two countries in the next two years.
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Background: Egypt and Poland have signed an agreement aimed at promoting industrial co-operation between the two countries in the next two years.
The agreement was signed in Cairo on Thursday (7 December) by Egyptian Minister of Economy Abdulla Marziban, and Polish Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Heavy Industry Fzencis Kaiem.
The agreement followed talks between Mr. Kaiem and the Egyptian Minister of Industry, Petroleum and Mining, Dr. Yehia El Mulla.
The main item covered by the agreement is an exchange of Polish calk for fine Egyptian yarns. About 750,000 tons of coal are involved. It will be used for meeting the expansion in egypt's iron and steel industry.