CAIRO, March 29 Revenue from Egypt's Suez Canal
fell to $375.3 million in February, down 7.4 percent on the
previous month and down 1.6 percent compared to a year earlier,
the state information portal said late on Thursday.
Revenue in January was $405.1 million. In February 2012 it
was $381.4 million.
The waterway is one of the main sources of foreign currency
for an Egyptian economy struggling to head off a currency
crisis, alongside tourism, oil and gas exports and remittances
from Egyptians living abroad.