China agrees to import grapes from Egypt after 2 years negotiations

Xinhua Published: 2017-07-14 05:14:27
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The Egyptian authorities said on Thursday that China has agreed to import grapes from Egypt after two years of intense negotiations.

China has agreed to import grapes from Egypt after two years of negotiations. [File photo: Baidu]

China has agreed to import grapes from Egypt after two years of negotiations. [File photo: Baidu]

The announcement was made by the Egyptian Agriculture Export Council in a press release.

Citrus is also among the fruits being exported to China, it added.

Negotiations are underway to allow more Egyptian agricultural products to be exported to China, according to the press release.


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