Egypt’s Suez Canal Maritime Traffic Generates $15 Million Daily

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Egypt’s Suez Canal maritime traffic generates $15 million daily
It took about one million Egyptians and 120,000 deaths to put the Suez Canal in place in 1859.

International maritime traffic has hit record high at the Suez Canal in Egypt, generating about $15 million daily for the North African country in recent months.

Gorge Safwat, spokesman for the Suez Canal Authority (SCA), disclosed this on Thursday, while hosting 27 top journalists from sub-Saharan Africa at the headquarters of the company in Ismailia District, northeast of Cairo.


The Suez Canal stretches from Port Said on the Mediterranean Sea to the city of Suez on the north eastern shores of the Gulf of Suez, separating Egypt from the Sinai Peninsula.


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