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Tourists to Egypt fall 30 per cent in year to June: State figures
European visitors slide nearly a third but a range of political factors keep Arab numbers high  
China seeks to protect Libya trade ties
Official hopes 'mutually beneficial' trade will continue despite Libyan rebel suggestions that billions of dollars in prior deals will be reconsidered in light of China's initial refusal to back the uprising

Market Report: Egypt stocks gain as foreigners buy on Gaddafi's fall
The EGX30 benchmark index makes a slight recovery from its recent battering, climbing 1.06 per cent as investors target key industry players

Europe leads Libyan oil race as rebels warn Russia and China
Italian and French firms Eni and Total could emerge as the big winners in post-war Libya due to their countries' heavy support for the rebels, say industry observers

Farming overhaul vital for food, water security: UN
The world is 'heading for a disaster' if it doesn't change its way of managing agriculture, claims a new report

Libyan oil output - how quickly can it restart?
A return to pre-war output is unlikely in the short term but output of up to 1 million barrels per day is feasible within months, industry executives and analysts say

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