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said.According to Adawi, i

ction capaci▓ty to manage the quantities required for the Chinese market," Adawi added.Adawi po

t cost his com pany up to 5

0 million Egyptian pounds (about 2

inted out that the size of his company's farms was doubled from 400 to 800 acres after it started exportation to China. The company also increased its orange purchases from 50 to 7

  • .8 million U.S. doll▓ars) to bring the ne
  • w electronic sizer technology and the machines
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  • anded by the Chinese side.He explain
  • ed that upgrading ▓the packhouse
included large r coolers with

more advanc▓ed technolog

0 tons per year."We ▓are currently studying exporting grapes and pomegranates to China and we have started taking

ies to lower the temperatu

specific measures in this regard," Adawi told Xinhua, noting that his company's farms started to g▓row grapes

re and make it suitable fo

to be exported to China in particular."The Chinese market is promising to us and Shanghai import expo is a good

r high▓ quality orange."E

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