Egypt's GASC buys 12,000 tonnes of local soyoil, cancels international tender - trade GASC is seeking an unspecified quantity of vegetable oils Shoppers are seen in an aisle with subsidised vegetable oils at a government outlet. August 29, 2017. Image used for illustrative purposes CAIRO, Nov 19 (Reuters) - Egypt's state grains buyer, the General Authority for Supply Commodities (GASC,) on Monday bought 12,000 tonnes of soyoil in a local tender and cancelled its international tender, traders said. The purchase was comprised of:* Watanya: 6000 tonnes of soyoil at 15,450 EGP equating to $988.48* El Safa: 6000 tonnes of soyoil at 15,450 EGP equating to $988.48 For a full lis of offers presented at the tenders, click on (Reporting by Nadine Awadalla, Michael Hogan and Maha El Dahan) ((Nadine.Awadalla@thomsonreuters.com;)) Zawya CoverageinvestmentKIKLABB, NY Koen Group partnership aims to facilitate UAE and Israel business tieseconomyZurich, Paris and Hong Kong overtake Singapore and Osaka as most expensive citieseconomyGlobal debt on track to exceed $277trln in 2020 - IIFaviationEtihad, El Al Israel Airlines will explore codeshare deals, cargo, MRO operationspolicyEmiratis in Abu Dhabi entitled for housing allowance in line with job gradeMoreReuters CoveragetradeWestern governments suspend talks on new export credit rules, citing divisions, ...read more...
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