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Officials in the tourism sector argue that the extension of the curfew will not affect the already damaged tourism industry.
Finance ministry: deceleration of private consumption and investment spending during the period of study took toll on growth rate
59% of increases for government expenditures are for subsidies and debt settlements
No official statement on whether or not negotiations were reinitiated after post 3 July hiatus
Increases in inflation rates from January to August 2013 totaled 9.4% compared to the same period during the previous year.
With a seven-gas-fields project, the company aims to produce 4 million cubic metres per day.
€250,000 project in Luxor to help workers attain new construction skills
2014 production goals delayed, but 2015 schedule still on track
The Italian government preference might stand between Sawiris and Telecom Italia
Ministry taking further steps in the development of industrial lands
Six Egyptian ministries are cooperating in a project to integrate and unify the citizens’ database information to develop the subsidies programme and ensure its arrival for those deserving
Around $34m increase between July and August 2013
Faisal Islamic Bank of Egypt announced net profits worth EGP 370.816m in the first half of 2013 compared to EGP 283.696m during the same period last year, marking a 31% increase.
Ministries discuss the development of industrial sector
Egypt’s business directory compares the 2012 constitution and the unofficial constitution draft from a business point of view
Egyptian ambassadors will request that foreign governments lessen their restrictions on tourism traffic, especially on the areas in which the curfew is not imposed such as the Red Sea and Sharm Al-Sheikh.
Bank: “Rumours aim to destroy the confidence in the stability and safety of the country’s economy”
Fears of upcoming demonstrations along with the Syrian-US issues weigh heavily on market
The economic ties between the two countries are under threat after the Turkish Prime Minister’s comments regarding Grand Imam of Al-Azhar Ahmed Al-Tayeb
Stock market witnesses the biggest fall since the 14 August violence.
The value of the Egyptian pound recovers slightly after 2-week long depreciation.
Benchmark index closes up 0.9% at 5473.22 points.
Economic uncertainties and political turmoil are reflected in poor bank ratings
Many have questioned the value of social media as a barometer of public opinion.
Ahmed Galal : interim government is not here to watch things happening
The global research company says that civil unrest in Egypt has increased the country’s market-based probability of default
The bourse registered its first gain since the Ministry of Interior dispersed sit-ins in support of former president Mohamed Morsi
Recent security unrest has resulted in the destruction of several state properties across Egypt
While the Dutch oil company denied shutting down their offices, several multinational companies have decided to suspend their s operations in the country