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Behind Egypt's wages war
Egypt's revised minimum wage continues to fuel debate ahead of its introduction in July. An International Labour Organisation representative explains the benefits and potential problems  
Revolutionary dreams on a peasant’s budget
Two revolutions in the offing, yet with soaring production costs and steep loans, Egypt's farmers are still as troubled as ever before

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No respite from high farm prices this decade
World commodity prices will keep up their relentless push higher this decade compared to previous years, supported by burgeoning demand for food and fuel as well as knock-on effects from energy costs, the FAO and OECD said

Greek PM makes rival finance chief to shore up support
Greek Prime Minister George Papandreou sacrificed his unpopular finance minister on Friday just before a crucial Franco-German summit to discuss future aid to Athens

Arab spring likely to leave oil firms unscathed
Foreign oil companies say they are vigilant but not worried as they position themselves for Mideast regime change

Egypt tourism will rebound with curfew lift: official
Freedom of nighttime movement will encourage Arab tourists and send a worldwide message about Egypt's new-found security, says the tourism ministry

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