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Infograph: The new Suez Canal in numbers

Ahram Online presents the most important facts on the new Suez Canal waterway

Deya Abaza & Amal Mahmoud , Thursday 6 Aug 2015
Suez Canal
A cargo ship is seen crossing through the New Suez Canal, Ismailia, Egypt (Reuters)
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Malcolm
06-08-2015 07:02pm
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Capital Economics, the London-based consultancy, this week said “By our estimates, to achieve its Suez Canal traffic goals, global trade volumes would need to rise by about 9 per cent year on year. This is higher than the 3 per cent year-on-year average seen over the past four years, “ said the consultancy. Suez already gets most container traffic between Europe and Asia, and the International Monetary Fund predicts that economic growth will remain in the region of 4 per cent in the coming years.
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