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Key investors such as AstraZeneca, BP Egypt, GSK, HSBC, Vodafone Egypt, Shell, and Unilever participated in the forum, to discuss their future investment plans and identify ways to improve the business environment in Egypt.
The top court in the British overseas territory also ruled that it can keep the ship for a further 14 days as it interviews the, mostly Indian and Pakistani, crew to determine whether or not it was attempting to flout European Union (EU) sanctions against bringing oil to Syria.
Local authorities try hard to develop the health care system, says McMillan
Trade exchange between two countries to remain sturdy after Brexit, says Bayoumi
Delegation to meet senior government officials, heads of hospitals, visit SCZone
Exercises include lectures to exchange expertise, practical training
HMS Argyll of British Royal Navy arrived at Alexandria naval base to participate in drills
British director Ridley Scott is a master of Hollywood cinema. His latest movie All the Money in the World is now coming to the cinemas. Here are some of his masterpieces. Recast: All the Money in the World After American actor Anthony Rapp accused Kevin Spacey of abusing him three decades ago, and a number …
2018 will be strong for EGX, supported by IPOs of pharmaceutical and real estate companies
Delegations follow three days after a Canadian inspection
Will the British parliament upset Prime Minister May’s Brexit plans? It hasn’t come to that yet, even if the “remain” camp feels they have a new lease on life, writes DW’s Bernd Riegert
Weak marketing, indirect communications with the European tourism decision-makers are the main causes behind the industry’s flailing recovery, experts say
Egypt has been requesting that British and Russian flights resume after airport security revision
The Japanese cellphone carrier SoftBank is buying the chipmaker ARM, the most valuable tech company listed in London. The deal is one of the most valuable in the European tech sector to date.
Americans have won the last six editions of the major when it has been held at Troon despite links courses traditionally suiting British players. The often wild weather and “Postage Stamp” green make it tough going.
Mercedes have decided not to appeal a British Grand Prix penalty for Nico Rosberg. The sanction leaves the German driver just one point clear of team mate and fierce rival Lewis Hamilton in the championship standings.
Lewis Hamilton will start from the front of the grid in his home Grand Prix on Sunday after he held off the challenge of Mercedes colleague Nico Rosberg with a spectacular final qualifying lap at Silverstone.
Retired British and NATO General Richard Shirreff briefs DW on the NATO summit, and his cautionary work of fiction that envisages a full-scale war with Russia. His verdict: the alliance isn’t yet doing enough.
Quite a lot of German companies look set to lower their investments in the UK after the British vote to leave the European Union. But much will depend on Brexit negotiations between the EU and Britain.
British writer Sharon Dodua Otoo just won the prestigious Bachmann Prize for a story she’d “accidentally” written in German. DW spoke with her about Brexit, xenophobia and life as a Black person in Berlin.
British plans to considerably lower corporate tax have drawn first reactions from political leaders across the EU. Surely no one wants to be at a disadvantage when it comes to luring companies, or keeping them.
Mark Cavendish has joined Bernard Hinault in second on the all-time list of Tour de France stage winners. The British rider pipped Andre Greipel of Germany to take Monday’s third stage, his second success of the race.
Russian and British tourism represent the largest influx to South Sinai resorts; until flights are restored the sector will continue to suffer huge losses, says head of South Sinai tourism association
Control Risks in charge of airport security review will conclude evaluation process for Marsa Alam and Sharm El-Sheikh airports on 28 April
UK and Russia recently sent delegations to review security in Egyptian airports
“The Jungle Book,” one of Rudyard Kipling’s best-known works, has been beloved by children for decades. But the legacy of the British author and Nobel Prize laureate has been marred by his staunch support of colonialism.
British adventurer John Beeden has become the first person to row solo and non-stop across the Pacific Ocean, landing in northern Australia on December 27. He previously rowed across the Atlantic in 2011.
Apple is opposing provisions in a draft UK law that would weaken online encryption by requiring built-in cyber “backdoors” for government spies. The US e-gadgets company says backdoors harm rather than help security.