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Change seen in way consumers pay for products, seeking touch-free payment experiences
The significant growth has been attributed to customers hoarding due to the ongoing coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.
By redefining the way they engage with consumers, brands can establish more meaningful relationships with them.
Arrears for fuel amount to EGP 65bn
Tourism recovery will lead to US beef exports to Egypt
Smart cards currently monitoring distribution of petroleum products in the local market
Australia’s consumer watchdog is suing Volkswagen for lying to customers. VW has previously admitted to installing defeat devices in diesel vehicles to manipulate emissions during lab tests.
The electricity price increase announced by Minister of Electricity and Renewable Energy Mohamed Shaker in early August has been met with varied responses from investors and businessmen. Some have accepted it, some have refused it, but all have acknowledged that this increase will raise production costs for every product manufactured in Egypt. “It’s a bitter …
Market research group GfK has said German consumers are defying rainy weather this summer and uncertainty surrounding the UK’s exit from the EU as they will continue to spend on expectations of rising incomes.
When consumers constantly upgrade to the latest smart phone, this carries a heavy environmental cost. Although recycling helps, the underlying problem is economic growth versus the environment. How can this be solved?
Meanwhile, the Consumer Price Index (CPI) increased by 0.6% compared to July, which was attributed by CAPMAS to an increase in prices of vegetables, hotels, repairing of houses, home appliances, fruits and entertainment services
Exhibition for food at reduced prices to start Wednesday at the Cairo International Fair Grounds in Nasr City, the ministry says
Monthly inflation fell to 1% in February
Steve Hamilton-Clark, CEO of Taylor Nelson Sofres’ (TNS) MENA office, spoke to Daily News Egypt about the company’s activities and the challenges facing its clients.
EGX stable at the end of Ramadan’s first session.