Latest in Interviews Highlight
Latest in Interviews
10,000 buses production capacity of MCV group, EGP 500m the company’s paid-up capital
Talks are currently being held with ICT Ministry to host first privately-owned computer cloud in Egypt, says Talal Abu-Ghazaleh
The Egyptian government is taking bold policy reforms to attract investments.
In an interview with Citigroup Egypt’s Chief Executive Officer, Nadir Sheikh, Daily News Egypt looks into the bank’s plans for the Egyptian market.
Law allows authority to launch major development company, and completely own it or in co-operation with private sector, and cancel the requirement of owning at least 50%
In an interview with Daily News Egypt, Mustafa Abdel-Wadood, a Partner at Abraaj, said the government needs to tackle the historical challenge of “dual messaging” sometimes faced by private investors.
Investors do not mind applied taxes, but seek a clear and simple mandate, EGX chairman said
We are considering competing for Smart Village, smart electricity metres, and new and renewable energy projects during the Economic Summit, says Asaad
The CBE needs to improve the way it deals with the dollar crisis
Egypt is the most stable within the promising markets in middle east, says businessman
IBM continues to support key sectors of the national economy through and to engage with stakeholders in all sectors to advance social, economic, scientific development, says GM
I want to help mentor the new generatIon of technology entrepreneurs In egypt as the country has a lot of smart engIneers who can absolutely buIld great technology companIes: awadallah
Egypt must fill its calendar with events in all sectors to create “touristic demand”, says Travco Group Vice Chairman
The Smart Village is studying expanding in Tunisia.
I aim to bridge the understanding and the inclusion of small and medium enterprises [SMEs] in the Egyptian market:
In an interview with Daily News Egypt, the company’s CEO Alain Bejjani said his company is reviewing several opportunities in the country, whether government projects, acquisitions or real estate, especially after embarking on a five-year plan to invest EGP 18bn in the domestic market.
Government was sluggish in launching new investment law, investors were not given enough time to do their homework, says former Finance Minister Samir Radwan
AfDB is planning to provide new grants to the tune of $16m in 2015 including support for the Economic Summit
Government introduced Investment Law amendments to restore investor confidence, particularly regarding contracts with the state
Laws must be enacted to eliminate bureaucracy, provide facilities to investors, says Ghandour
Our focus going forward in Egypt will be infrastructure especially energy, says IFC Country Manager
695,000 barrels of oil production, 4.7bn feet of gas daily for FY 2015/2016
GDP growth, a reduction in state expenses and a drop in global oil prices are some of these credit-positive developments.
In response to Daily News Egypt’s questions, Gamble said the Gulf state’s support to Egypt’s economy will be in the form of FDI, rather than direct payments.
New Investment Law offers incentives for foreign investors including obtaining energy at low prices, industry minister says
Egyptian workers return home is “wrong”, says Libyan minister of media, culture and antiquities
Our investment amount in the African market during 2015-03-10, says Hesham Safwat
Women are losing, yet are moving forward at the same time
Dollar crisis will soon end during the next period, funding economic activities will be priority, says Director of Arab Banking Corporation
To those who object to the Protest Law, “go eliminate articles that play the same role in international treaties,” Ziada says