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Hiking private, international school bus fees by 45%: Education Ministry

MENAFN.com Thursday, 16 August 2018
(MENAFN - Daily News Egypt) Egypt's Ministry of Education has decided to increase private and international school bus fees from 25% last year to 45% starting next September. Th...
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