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Politicians are again presenting to our friends worldwide a blatant failure to manage public affairs, says Saad Al-Hariri
Proposed electric bus tariff set at 100 piasters kW/hr for medium voltage, 121.3 piasters kW/hr for low voltage
EgyptERA approved regulations, paving way for interested American, German, Chinese, and Italian companies
As part of nationwide easing of COVID-19 measures, nurseries will re-opened in clubs and youth centres, in accordance with health conditions
During the cabinet’s weekly meeting, Prime Minister Mostafa Madbouly said the new entity would be headquartered in Cairo, with possible offices in other governorates.
New adviser was previously head of Administrative Control Authority
Egypt will, in September, sign deal with China to produce coronavirus vaccine
Payment deadline of fees required for offenders seeking to settle building code violations extended to 15 September
Egypt is currently one of Middle East countries with lowest coronavirus cases
Egypt reports 1,567 new coronavirus cases and 94 new fatalities on Tuesday
The programme aims to develop the wholesale food trade in Egypt by providing the government with basic recommendations related to improving supply chains.
UNWTO report notes that, as of 18 May, 75% of tourist destinations continued complete closure of borders to international tourism.
Costs have been main hindrance to an active market
Payment will be made from 26 April to 10 May
The new measures allow payment of 2019 income taxes in instalments until 30 June without any charges for delays in payment. Moeit said the instalments will be divided into 20% of the tax due in April, 30% in May, and 50% before the end of June.
Initiative allows companies, individuals to donate to affected labourers
“Egypt, the world’s largest wheat importer, has enough stock of the grain for seven or eight months,” the statement added.
The cabinet added that there is no lack of intensive care equipment for the treatment of the coronavirus at government hospitals, with all units available also fully working.
The government has announced an exceptional financial assistance for irregular workers affected by the ongoing coronavirus (Covid-19) outbreak and preventative measures.
Stakeholders argue decision protects against lay-offs, hotel closures, others believe it neglects tourism companies
Cabinet warns of legal procedures against those who spread the rumours
Website to connect irregular labourers with civil society, businesspeople to find alternative income sources
The Chamber released an Excel sheet form for each tourism establishment to complete electronically, instead of doing so in person at the Chamber’s headquarters, identifying employee data. The chamber announced Monday as the deadline for receiving the employee data.
Supreme Council of Universities urges social media users to seek accuracy in circulating news
Transportation Ministry to increase number of metro trains to ease crowding
Speculations were based on a pre-print manuscript which was rejected by scientific journals
Health Minister reiterates from Beijing that no cases are confirmed in Egypt, except a foreigner
COVID-19 death toll reaches 2,600, infects 80,000 so far
4% increase in non-oil exports during January, says minister of industry
Mercedes will likely reach an agreement over establishing logistics zone in SCZone before March