Egypt invests in phosphate port

By Siobhan Lismore-Scott
Published: Thursday, 13 November 2014

Government approves the first stage of $350m Safaga mining port expansion on Red Sea

By Wayne Yamada

The Egyptian government has approved the first phase of expansion at the Safaga mining port on the Red Sea, which will increase phosphate export capacity.

The expansion is expected to happen in two stages at a cost of 2.5bn Egyptian pounds ($350m*), with investment also coming from...

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