Egypt prosecutor unfreezes assets of 13 businessmen

By REUTERS
May 24, 2011 02:28

 
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CAIRO - Egypt's public prosecutor has unfrozen the assets of 13 businessmen on a list of people barred from trading because of graft investigations launched after the fall of Hosni Mubarak, the Cairo stock exchange said on Monday.

The businessmen include Safwan Thabet, chairman of dairy and juice maker Juhayna Food Industries Co and Ahmed Bahgat, who owns two satellite television channels and a big development in the suburbs of Cairo.

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