Gaza smugglers change business plans after blockade eased

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October 7, 2010 14:48

 
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Gaza smugglers have changed their business plans following Israel's decision to allow more consumer goods into the area, Palestinian news agency Ma'an reported.

The major products entering Gaza are iron, cement and house paint, while cinder blocks and scrap metals have been exported into Egypt for processing.

One smuggler said the copper trade has grown through Gaza smuggling tunnels.

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