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Egypt lifts price of subsidised vegetable oils

  • Egypt's strategic supplies of vegetable oils were sufficient to last five months, the ministry said in a statement.
30 May 2021

CAIRO: Egypt has raised the price of subsidised vegetable oils to 21 Egyptian pounds ($1.34) per one litre bottle from 17 pounds per bottle following global price increases in raw materials, the Supply Ministry said on Sunday.

Egypt's strategic supplies of vegetable oils were sufficient to last five months, the ministry said in a statement.

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