Egyptian anger at bread subsidy plans

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Egyptian bakers have been voicing their anger at planned changes to the government-controlled bread subsidy system.

Millions of Egyptians rely on cheap bread, but at a time of economic hardship the government says it could save US $1.6bn a year by reforming the scheme.

Yassmen Abo Khadra reports from Cairo.

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