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Egyptians urged to boycott army products
People have accepted the military's monopoly on power for years, but that now seems to be changing.
Last Modified: 15 Feb 2012 18:42



There has been a lot of discussion regarding the political power of Egypt's ruling military, but what about its economic strength?

From factories to restaurants, and electronic goods, the army is running a booming business.

And as Al Jazeera's Sherine Tadros reports from Cairo, some people are calling for a boycott of goods sold by the army.

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