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Transcript of Egypt

fOOD Fashion National anthem food Women's clothing Men's Clothing Languege Egyptians, Arabic, English and French Food Egyptians eat rice, bread, fish, lamb, chicken, turkey, and stuffed vegetables. Population The pop. is 64.8 million and 1.9 percent. Egypt Religion Sunni Muslim and Islamic, Family structure In most homes, a young woman is protected by thier brothers and in public. Family structure Basic family structure (Mom, Dad, Children).Extended family play an important role.
Kids life Children grow quickly to do a lot of chores.First, herding sheep and goats.When boys turn 10 they learn farming.Girls feed chickens, milk, goats and water buffalos.They learn how to cary loads on there heads. Social life Sociaty is full contrasts.There are areas with a high speed of life where you can find highways, hotels, restaurants and others.It follows an American style of life.Education is free by law.One of the negative side it is the over populations on the cities.Far the city life is like ancient Egypt. Sports and recreation The most popular sport is soccer, but they also play squash,baseball,weight lifters,boxsers and swimmers. Holidays and traditions There are diffrent kinds of holidays celebrateted by al the population.Islam,Sham El Nesim,Islamic new year, Ramadan, and some Chrisitan holidayas not all of them celebrated. Geography Northern Africa National symbol coat of arms national bird steppe eagle natoinal plant lotus History pounds currency Egypt is one of the most fertile areas of Africa, and one of the most fertile of the countries around the Mediterranean Sea. Because it is so fertile, people came to live in Egypt earlier than in most places, probably around 40,000 years ago. At first there were not very many people, but gradually Egypt became more crowded, so there was more need for a unified government. Around 3000 BC (5000 years ago), Egypt was first unified under one ruler, who was called the Pharaoh.

From that time until around 525 BC, when Egypt was conquered by the Persians, Egypt's history is divided into six different time periods. These are called the Old Kingdom, the First Intermediate Period, the Middle Kingdom, the Second Intermediate Period, the New Kingdom, and the Third Intermediate Period.

More information on each of these periods, and on the time after Egypt was conquered, can be found by clicking on each period.

Old Kingdom (2686-2160 BC)
First Intermediate Period (2160-2040 BC)
Middle Kingdom (2040-1633 BC)
Second Intermediate Period (1786-1558 BC)
New Kingdom (1558-1085 BC)
Third Intermediate Period (1085-525 BC)
Persian rule (525-332 BC)
Greek rule (332-30 BC) (also called the Hellenistic)
Roman rule (30 BC-700 AD)
Islamic rule (700 AD to 1500)
exports Consumer goods 6.1%
Food 15.4%
Fuels 6.0%
Industrial supplies 41.4%
Machinery 21.3%
Transportation 5.1%
Other 4.7%

Read more: Foreign trade - Egypt - export http://www.nationsencyclopedia.com/Africa/Egypt-FOREIGN-TRADE.html#ixzz0nJXXtDoI Egypt import volumes reached US$56.2 billion in 2009, a 24% rise from the previous year’s level. Due to surplus import, Egypt had a negative balance of trade since the 1980s. Based on total import volumes, the country ranks 49th in the world. Heavy machinery, chemicals, food stuffs and wood products are the major items of import. The US is the largest import partner. It accounts for more than 10% of the total imports, followed by China, Italy, German and Saudi Arabia.
Inports Egypt's most valuable mineral resource is oil, although the country also has gold deposits as well as iron ore, manganese, phosphates and uranium.
Natuaral resources Telecom Egypt truly sits at the heart of Egypt’s telecommunications market for more than 150 years, it is continuing to serve the Egyptian market with subscriber numbers in Egypt growing to be over 11.4 million. This is one of the largest numbers of fixed line subscribers in the Arab world, Middle East & Africa.
Telecom Egypt is the main sponsor for telecommunications and information technology industry in Egypt and as such feels a deep sense of responsibility for the advancement of technology-related fields.
The main purpose of the company includes establishing communication network, providing communication services, and operating and maintaining the network, equipment and machinery necessary to provide the services.
Telecom Egypt has been corporatised since 1998 and has become a private company fully owned by the state. In December 2005, 20% of TE shares were sold by the Egyptian government represented by the Ministry of Communications & Information Technology to retail and institutional investors across Egypt, The Middle East & internationally. The offering which was the biggest international offering out of the Middle East & North Africa to date, expanded TE shareholder base to include over 250,000 investors across Egypt, the region, Europe & the US.
There are three pillars to Telecom Egypt’s future strategy: optimising its sate-of-the-art network, servicing the growing demand for broadband internet and data services and leveraging its expertise overseas. Telecommunications Transportation camel,buses,cars,trains and airplanes. Throughout Egypt, days are commonly warm or hot, and nights are cool. Weather and climate Tour Egypt Age structure: 0-14 years: 33% (male 13,308,407/female 12,711,900) Age structure Literacy: 71.4% Literacy rate Life expectancy 70.1 years - 2008 Bibiliography Wikipedia,natoinal encyclopidia,travel egypt
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