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automobile assembly, Suez Canal, refrigerators, petroleum products, Alexandria

Industry, including manufacturing, mining, and construction, contributed 34 percent of the GDP in 2000. The main manufactured goods are textiles, chemicals, metals, and petroleum products. More liberal economic policies have led to the establishment of a number of private companies involved in automobile assembly, electronics, consumer durable goods such as refrigerators and other appliances, and pharmaceuticals. The majority of factories are concentrated around the two major cities of Cairo and Alexandria and in industrial zones along the Suez Canal.



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automobile assembly, Suez Canal, refrigerators, petroleum products, Alexandria, appliances, textiles, establishment, metals, electronics, mining, chemicals, construction, manufacturing

 
 

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