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Marsa/Matrouh/the Red sea seawater desalination plants

The Egyptian Ministry of Finance said today, Wednesday, that it will issue a guarantee of 3 billion pounds ($ 188 million) to the Holding Company for Drinking Water and Wastewater to enable it to obtain funds for the implementation of seawater desalination plants projects in the governorates of Marsa Matrouh and the Red Sea, according to a statement from the ministry today.

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