Latest in Tag: 2015 Highlight
Latest in Tag: 2015
‘ISIS has not replicated such attack in Egypt, that can be credited to military operations,’ says analyst
21.9% increase in internet use at home
The company screened 6bn applications installed on Android devices
Delivery of high-margin units, growth of cash collections account for growth
During the Suez Canal Global Conference, Ragheb stated that she expects Egypt to become a centre for the automobile industry in the Middle East, given its geographical location and free trade agreements
The year 2015 brought welcome stabilisation and recovery to Egypt, after a difficult post-revolutionary period marked by continued upheaval and sluggish growth. The first part of the year saw a range of encouraging developments, including the completion of the strategically vital Suez Canal expansion, the commitment of more than $35bn in planned foreign investments, closer …
Ask anyone for their abiding memory of 2015 and they will most likely recall a negative one. Some will recall the horrifying stories of death and destruction caused by conflicts around the world, most notably in Syria where over 250,000 people have lost their lives and almost 11 million people have been displaced. Others will …
Article 17 of the agreement mentions that the customs administration has the right to make sure of the credibility and accuracy of any data, document, or declaration it receives about the customs value.
Saudi stock exchange comes at the top of Arab shares markets with four issuances worth EGP 8.665bn
Serbian Novak Djokovic ended the season in the top ranks for tennis players in 2015, repeating his achievements during ATP world tour of 2014. Djokovic achieved more than one championship this year, adding several new records to his already admirable profile. He won the Australian Open championship for the fifth time to become the player …
The world mourned when professional US boxer of Yemeni descent, Hamzah Aljahmi, passed away during a tournament in Connecticut in the US. Aljahmi, 19, collapsed after he received a direct hit to his head during an opening match in Ohio on 19 December that caused him to bleed internally. He died at St. Elizabeth Hospital …
By December, Orascom presented an acquisition offer to CIB’s CI Capital
The dollar’s value rose from EGP 7.18 in January to EGP 7.83 at year’s close, exceeding the level of EGP 8 through 2015
15 new companies listed in the EGX in 2015
Head of industry sector at Al-Kobba scientific center at Bibliothec Alexandria Reem Sabry said that Intel and the Ministry of Education will cooperate to support youth and children in innovation and technology.
In the aftermath of an election, nations that seek continuous improvement would sit back and reflect on lessons that can be learnt from such an event. The actual exercise of decision-making, where the state calls upon the people to partake in the process, is a mini course in the fundamentals of democratic practices. And as …
It is without a doubt that the 2015 Egyptian parliamentary elections are a step forward for Egypt’s political progression, especially when compared to previous elections, if previous elections are something worth comparing. Many honourable candidates who have won a seat in the Egyptian chamber of legislation have described this election as a “celebration for democracy”, …
As such, AAIB is the first bank in Egypt to embrace sustainable finance as a strategic concept that coherently ties with its notion of growth.
The initial results announced at the end of the first day in the first round of the 2015 parliamentary elections revealed that turnout did not exceed 2.7%. This was according to official sources, and from inside the electoral commission, as well as from inside the different polling stations. It was clear through the satellite channels …
“We are here to sum up Ramadan in order to learn from our success and mistakes. It is about time that we start learning,” said Aly
In Egypt, the past four years since the 25 January Revolution held several overwhelming emotions for people, which differed from pride and happiness to depression and anger. That was definitely translated in films which were and are still being produced.
Fourteen teams are participating in the 11th Cricket World Cup hosted by Australia and New Zealand, which began on 14 February and will continue until 29 March. The teams will play a total of 49 matches in 14 different cities. Australian playing fields will host 26 matches in seven cities: Adelaide, Brisbane, Canberra, Hobart, Melbourne, …
DNE’s special coverage of Egypt’s parliamentary elections
Video by: Mohamed Khokha and Adham Youssef Voice Over by: Federico Manfredi
Chief Executive of Formula One Group, Bernie Ecclestone, included Korea in the race schedule for legal reasons, since the race organisers could have filed a suit against Formula 1 in case the racetrack was not included in the calendar, as per a contract which ends in 2016.
Video By: Mohamed Khokha
Following the ministry’s decision, 29 NGOs responded through a joint statement announcing their rejection of the law, as it “allows the administrative authority to severely interfere with the NGOs’ affairs, objecting and cancelling their decisions, and ignoring their independence”.
Over the past weeks, Daily News Egypt has interviewed Egyptians from all walks of life and is reporting their expectations and demands for the year 2015, in an effort to contribute to an open debate about the challenges the country is facing. This special issue comes at a critical time. Since the ousting of Islamist …
Ministry of Industry and Foreign Trade release report summarising 2014 events and showing ministry’s expectations for 2015