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This profile was last updated on 11/24/10  and contains information from public web pages.

Nader Noureddin

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Soil and Water Expert

Cairo University's College of Agriculture
 
Background

Employment History

  • Professor of Agriculture
    Cairo University
  • Professor of Agricultural Resources
    Cairo University
  • Position In Agricultural Resources Expert
    Cairo University's Agricultural College
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Web References
Nader Noureddin, a soil and ...
www.kfsm.com, 24 Nov 2010 [cached]
Nader Noureddin, a soil and water expert at Cairo University's College of Agriculture, said wheat production in Sudan's northern desert would require tremendous amounts of water and would do little to supplement the country's own domestic need for the grain.
Sign up for News and Weather Alerts "They need it (wheat) much more than Egypt," he said. "This is their own land."
Additionally, any private Egyptian investment will not help Sudanese farmers because the companies that venture in will be looking at profit, not whether the war-ravaged nation can feed itself, said Noureddin.
"The production of electricity at the ...
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"The production of electricity at the Aswan High Dam is likely to drop by almost 40 percent should the Ethiopian dam be built," concluded Nader Noureddin, a professor of agriculture at Cairo University.
Nader Noureddin, a professor ...
developing8.org, 1 June 2008 [cached]
Nader Noureddin, a professor of agricultural resources at Cairo University said there are many reasons behind the cotton marketing problem.The first is that the Ministry of Agriculture refuses to participate in cotton marketing process claiming that the ministry is an authority for production not for marketing.Noureddin added that the Ministry of Industry and Trade permitted importing cotton from different countries such as Sudan and India, so cotton dealers were inclined to import cotton which is less in price and quality than the Egyptian cotton.The result was that local needs of cotton was almost covered by imported cotton.In addition, Egyptian cotton was not sufficiently promoted in international markets, he added.
According to Noureddin, although the World Trade Organisation gives governments the right to protect its local product when it is negatively affected by imports, the government does not take any action to protect the cotton harvest or farmers' rights.
"The government should not permit importing cotton unless local production is sold out, in order to protect farmers' rights," says Noureddin.
Moreover, experts are against the cancellation of the Egyptian cotton bourse few months ago, which they say has a clearly negative impact on cotton prices.Noureddin explained that being a strategic product, cotton needs a bourse to stabilise its prices according to international prices and guarantees farmers' rights."It is unfair that farmers faced big losses this season," Noureddin said, "agricultural policy should be reconsidered in accordance with the international prices of agricultural products."
These pigs need to be killed! Egypt's call to kill pigs amid flu scare ridiculed - beatrice's posterous
beatrice.posterous.com, 1 May 2009 [cached]
With the new flu scare, the government "took a precautionary step because they were afraid there would be a case here, and then they would face questions about why they didn't take this step," said Nader Noureddin, an agricultural resources expert at Cairo University's Agricultural College.
Nader Noureddin, a soil and ...
www.thetrucker.com, 23 Nov 2010 [cached]
Nader Noureddin, a soil and water expert at Cairo University's College of Agriculture, said wheat production in Sudan's northern desert would require tremendous amounts of water and would do little to supplement the country's own domestic need for the grain.
"They need it (wheat) much more than Egypt," he said. "This is their own land."
Additionally, any private Egyptian investment will not help Sudanese farmers because the companies that venture in will be looking at profit, not whether the war-ravaged nation can feed itself, said Noureddin.
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