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‘The strongest will survive’

Royal Philips sees potential in the Egyptian market. In an exclusive interview with Phillips Consumer Lifestyle Commercial and Organizational Leader, Olaf Koning, DNE explores what makes the market so attractive for the company and also finds out about Phillips’ consumer lifestyle products in Egypt.

Daily News Egypt

I see a renaissance in the Arab world, not just a spring: Talal Abu Ghazaleh

Talal Abu Ghazaleh is the chairman and founder of the Talal Abu-Ghazaleh Organisation (TAG) and is known for promoting the concept of intellectual property rights in the Arab world. A Palestinian refugee, whose life is governed by “the principle of the blessing of suffering, for suffering can become the greatest blessing”, Abu Ghazaleh was granted a scholarship to study at the American University in Beirut (AUB), and he was the first student to get a scholarship from United Nations Relief and Works Agency (UNRWA).

Mohamed Salah

Egypt ‘too big to fail’: Director of Actis in Egypt

Actis is an emerging markets investor with US$5.2 billion funds under management. Through the expertise of over 120 investment professionals on the ground in twelve countries, Actis identifies investment opportunities in three areas: private equity, infrastructure and real estate. Daily News spoke to Actis’s Director in Egypt about the current business environment in Egypt, the challenges as well as the solutions to reposition Egypt as an attractive investment destination.

Daily News Egypt

ASEA to launch the Pan-African Index

The President of the African Securities Exchanges Association (ASEA), Sunil Benimadhu, talks to Daily News Egypt, discussing Africa’s potential as an investment destination and the role of securities exchanges in promoting and benefiting from such potential.

Liliana Mihaila

Bishop Basanti talks to Daily News Egypt. (DNE / Hasan Ibrahim)

Bishop Basanti: Building churches a priority

After the enthronement of Pope Tawadros II, Daily News Egypt speaks with Bishop Basanti of Helwan and Maasara on the priorities of the Coptic community. Anba Basanti repetitively affirms, in a soft tone, that building churches is what grips his mind and heart.

Liliana Mihaila

Dombrovskis foresees continued high level cooperation between Egypt and Latvia. (Photo courtesy of Latvian prime minister’s office)

From Riga to Cairo

Latvia’s young Prime Minister, Valdis Dombrovskis, to the Egyptian youth: Self-organisation by forming political parties, interest groups and NGOs is the solution

Maher Hamoud