Demand for Egyptian labor declines in January: Cabinet
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CAIRO: The indicator of demand for Egyptian labor generally declined during January 2013, scoring 162 points, compared to 320 points during December, the Cabinet’s Information and Decision Support Center (IDSC) announced Wednesday.

In its monthly bulletin for economic and social indicators, the IDSC reported that the indicator of demand for Egyptian labor witnessed a year over year rise, scoring 141 points in the corresponding month in 2012.

International demand for Egyptian labor dropped to 412 points in January, against 492 points in December, and the local demand also declined to 434 points in January, compared to 963 points during the previous month.

Originally published in Youm7.

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