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Japanese firms to take part in Egyptian projects worth Y2 tril

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Abe- how low can you go? partnering up with Sisi of Egypt? Really?

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Japanese companies are set to take part in Egyptian projects worth about 2 trillion yen in the electricity and other sectors, Prime Minister Shinzo Abe said on Monday after meeting Egyptian President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi in Tokyo.

Read: Japan's trading companies, hurting from hurt losses in commodities, bailed out by taxpayers.

Next: an announcement - coincidental, of course - of a similar amount of development aid to Egypt?

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Thanks Abe. Thanks Japan. Egypt's President El Sisi is the best thing that ever happened to Egypt since the 1967 war with Israel. He is a role model for all leaders of the Muslim, Arab, African and developing countries. Since the second revolution of June 30, 2013, he had spared no effort in planting the seeds of sustained development while uprooting the evil of terrorism. He made history as the savior of Egypt from the tragic fate of some of its neighbors. Egypt, the Arab world, Africa and the developing countries will be forever indebted to him.

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@ Laila

Sisi is another American puppet do you research, this is all part of a bigger game of chess.

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A complete waste of money!

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