Suez Canal suffers crisis of confidence

Mekay, Emad
September 1997
Middle East;Sep97, Issue 270, p24
Provides information on the decline in the number of vessels using the Suez Canal in Egypt since it is receiving brutal competition from other directions. Financial information on the canal's revenues; Comments from Badri Farghali, a Port Said member of parliament for the leftist Tagmmu party and a fierce critic of the managerial style of the canal; Years the canal was reopened after the Arab-Israeli war.


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