Huge part of selling products is selling story of people who made it as person who made items is as important as product itself, say advisors
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We never imagined people would engage with our festivals and workshops as they did, says tenant
The chamber includes industries of handmade textiles, pottery, porcelain, ceramics, woodwork, metal handicrafts, carpets and jewellery
Agricultural exports saw a decline of 21%, chemical and fertiliser industries declined by 44%
Japanese Ambassador in Egypt signs grant providing organisation with over $80,000 to improve equipment
Ramadan lantern prices increased this Ramadan over last year due to a price increase in raw materials and exchange rate
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2.4 million Russian tourists visited Egypt in 2013 and spent 23.7m tourist nights