The United Nations (UN) Economic and Social Council (ECOSOC) has recently announced the selection of Egypt’s Sherifa Sherif as one of 24 experts on its Committee of Experts on Public Administration (CEPA) for a four-year term. Hala El-Said, Minister of Planning and Economic Development, said that the selection of Sherif, who serves as Executive Director …
Latest in Day: July 24, 2021 Highlight
Latest in Day: July 24, 2021
Egypt’s handball team beat Portugal (37-31) in their opening Group B game
Museum was reopened in 2016 after EGP 11m worth restoration
Noor city campaign succeeded in expanding the Hisham Talaat Moustafa Group’s market share of sales by 30-40% of the market
FEDCOC President Ibrahim Mahmoud Al Araby said that the decision to hike petroleum products prices will affect petrol prices only.
Mining industry limited by legacy infrastructure, data inadequacies, and piecemeal optimisation programmes, says Martin Provencher
Domestic tourism continues to rebound in many parts of world
New MSMEs law includes many incentives to integrate informal sector with formal economy
Move comes just days after Ethiopia completed second stage of its controversial dam filling
Gamea pointed out that President Abdel Fattah Al-Sisi has issued directives to open all economic files and share Egypt’s capabilities and experiences to advance joint African action to broader horizons.
Exams are conducted amid strict precautionary measures due to COVID-19
The world-famous Niagara Falls, located on the US-Canadian border, was illuminated in the colours of the Egyptian flag, on Friday evening, to mark the 23 July Revolution anniversary. The illumination in the Egyptian colours has taken place for the second consecutive year, at the initiative of the Egyptian Embassy in Canada Ahmed Abu Zeid, Egypt’s …
Egypt’s Minister of Youth and Sports Ashraf Sobhy has met President of the Japanese Olympic Committee Yasuhiro Yamashita, who is also President of the Japanese Judo Federation, to discuss joint cooperation. The meeting took place on the sidelines of the Tokyo Olympics, which officially commenced on Friday, where Sobhy hailed on Saturday the efforts made …
Continued rollout, development of vaccines is expected to support global economic recovery
The world has been closely tracking the death toll related to the virus, with official mortality counts now reaching over 4 million people, largely concentrated among adults. The children left behind have been practically invisible, the World Bank has said.