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The Khan el-Khalili bazaar is the oldest, most famous marketplace in Cairo, where you'll see the tourism economy at work. Visitors come in droves to get souvenirs, spices, even gold. But the ancient Egyptian artifacts might just be made in . . . Well, Scott Jagow has more.
At an Egyptian cafe you'll find men sipping tea, smoking tobacco in water pipes, and watching satellite TV. The satellite dish has changed the Middle East as much as any technology. Commentator Marwan Kraidy says Arabic television has come a long way.
Marketplace Morning Report for Wednesday, March 5, 2008