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  • World Business

World Business: Nile Freight Shipping 19/11/2010 | PBS

Duration: 05:44
Program: World Business #1039
Broadcast Date: Nov. 19, 2010

World Business: Egyptians have been using the Nile to transport goods for thousands of years but over the last 50 years, cargo carried on the river has dropped to less than one per cent of the country's total. Now though, following a government drive to get more freight onto the river, it seems that the Nile is about regain its place as one of the world's great transport routes. Reporter: Simon Mars



Post Date: November 29, 2010