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The competition in the Egyptian market among mobile phone manufacturers is at its strongest, especially with the entry of many Chinese companies in the past two years. There are now at least 15 competing brands in Egypt. In this report, Daily News Egypt reviews those who lost in the competition during 2017. According to Statista …
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