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Among the findings, officials and domestic suppliers appear to have been falsifying local procurement statistics and pocketing government payments.
But the government does not want to be seen as doing any favours to traders, some of whom are accused of corruption.Investigating MPs say that some 40 of this years supposedly bumper harvest may be missing, or may never have existed in the first place.Despite games similar to the simsplay official pressure to stop the probe into wheat-related corruption, arrests have been ordered, and assets frozen.There is perhaps no better example of the Egyptian governments incompetence than its handling of wheat.Egypt, like most countries, had allowed grain with up.05 ergota harmless level.A study by Americas agriculture department estimates that Egypts unorthodox agricultural policies will cost the country over 860m in 2016, even as the government considers new austerity measures under a bail-out deal with the IMF.Yet on August 28th the government reimposed its zero-tolerance policy on ergot, no doubt hoping that doing the same thing again will produce a different result.Oddly, the corruption probe may have encouraged the daft policy on ergot.Though not accused of directly profiting from the graft, he oversaw Egypts food-subsidy programme.This is after a UN study found that the fungus posed no risk to Egyptian crops.Get our daily newsletter, upgrade your inbox and get our Daily casein caseinates a strategic review of opportunities.pdf Dispatch and Editor's Picks.When Egypt, the worlds biggest importer of wheat, signalled last year that it would begin enforcing a ban on shipments of the grain with even trace amounts of ergot, a common fungus, it roiled the markets.
Mr Hanafi points to supposed successes, such as instituting smart-cards for bread distribution and reducing costs.
The government then sells loaves to the masses at sub-market prices.
Instead, the government is relying on its own group of pseudo-scientists, who have disregarded decades of evidence to reach the opposite conclusion.
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But the cards were hacked, and spending on bread subsidies rose on his watch.
Some of this is simple protectionism.The new ban is being billed as an effort to protect Egyptians when, in fact, it will only add to their misery.Somehow his ministry failed to buy rice after the last harvest, leading to nationwide shortages and higher prices.The new standard would be nearly impossible to achieve, said suppliers, who proceeded to boycott the states grain tenders and raise prices.Within months, Egypt had to backtrack.Yet Muslims in Kuwait, Jordan, Iraq and Saudi Arabia happily devour them.A parliamentary commissions report on the problems runs to over 500 pages and was referred to the prosecutor general on August 29th.Egypt, for example, bans American poultry parts because they may not be halal.Egypt must use scarce dollars to buy wheat from abroad because it does not produce enough at home.The biggest head to roll has been that of Khaled Hanafi, the supply minister, who resigned on August 25th.The supply ministry, which oversees grain purchases, had pushed for reasonable standards.All but one supplier boycotted a state tender on August 31st.Ridiculous standards, unpredictable enforcement and frequent inspections by bribe-grabbing officials make life hell for suppliers.

The costs are passed on to Egyptian consumers, who are already suffering high food prices.
Subsidies aim to encourage Egyptian farmers to grow more.