Egypt plans to copy right antiquates
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Egypt plans to copy right antiquates

Egypt plans to copy right antiquates

Egypt's MPs are expected to pass a law requiring royalties be paid whenever copies are made of museum pieces or ancient monuments such as the pyramids, reported BBC. Zahi Hawass, Chairman of Egypt's Supreme Council of Antiquities, said the law would apply in all countries.

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