Latest in Tag: crisis Highlight
Latest in Tag: crisis
Alamein’s 150k cbm/day desalination plant has been inaugurated as first phase to offset water scarcity
President Al-Sisi regularly repeats this sentence “Together We Can”.
Minister of Local Development Mahmoud Shaarawy, ordered on Wednesday, that a framework be quickly developed and implemented for cooperation with the WFP
IFAD aims to raise at least another $200m from its member states, foundations and the private sector to mitigate the effects of the pandemic on food production.
Challenge is even greater for low-income, emerging economies
WHO says doctors have concerns they do not necessarily have enough equipment, supplies, ventilators, respirators, oxygen
Turkish fall appears to cause sentiment towards EMs more generally to deteriorate
In state-owned outlet Al-Akhbar, Galal Aref commented on the recent UN Security Council session held on Syria, drawing a comparison between the current US position and its stance when upholding the invasion of Iraq, adding that the world is on the edge of a dangerous turn because Western countries are supporting the US despite lack …
An official source at the Central Bank of Egypt (CBE) said that the crisis in the global stock markets, ongoing since the end of last week, will not affect government plans to issue new international bonds worth between $4bn and $5bn, and will not affect the bond’s return rate. The state-run Middle East News Agency …
The Turkish government has announced that revenues from tourism have taken a full-year dive as holiday-makers have stayed away after the failed coup and a series of terror attacks. Economists see no speedy turnaround.Turkey’s tourism revenues tanked 27.2 percent in the final quarter of last year, state-run agency Turkstat announced Tuesday. Income from the sector …
An ongoing medicine shortage has stirred discontent among pharmacists and customers
Changing political landscape may make Egypt the preferred partner in the refugee crisis
EGX peaked in 2008 when its market capital recorded unprecedented levels, but it gradually receded due to sharp political and economic fluctuations
Russia bans Egypt’s fruit and vegetables exports, in response to Egypt rejecting wheat shipment
Head of the industrial committee in the Nation’s Future Party Mohamed Garhi said that factories in Egypt are about to close due to the aggravating US dollar crisis.
Floating hotels incur an annual loss exceeding $1.5bn, which is a great loss that negatively impacts the number of hotel employees, especially in Upper Egypt, says the deputy chairperson of the Floating Hotels Investors Association
We wanted to show the world that Egypt is not the violent, war-ridden place the media makes it out to be, says member of MUN delegation
A drinking water crisis has plagued the governorate of Beheira in recent months, specifically the city of Kafr al-Dawar, according to member of parliament from Beheira Mohamed Saad Temraz. Speaking to Daily News Egypt, Temraz said that the water crisis has left multiple villages without access to clean drinking water for over three months. “People …
Al-Sisi’s term has witnessed several unprecedented developments, but not all of them are impressive
If the currency crisis was controlled, sales would be better, says EIM Renault general manager
Nissan Motors Egypt CEO demands that companies do not rush to increasing prices because of the devaluation
Transport issues, high shipping costs, and European import specifications have all complicated the affairs of Egyptian companies along with the new export subsidy system implemented by the government in 2015.
The Ministry of Electricity handled the process cooperatively, says KarmSolar CEO
Following the deadly airplane crash over the Sinai last week, Russia has suspended all commercial flights to Egypt for several months. The tourist industry in northern Africa is now in crisis. Sharm-el-Sheikh, from where the Russian plane that crashed departed, isn’t the only tourist resort to be affected by Russia’s flight suspension. It can also …
Syrian opposition delegation affirmed their keenness on reaching a political solution
People dead, property damaged because of corruption and negligence, says party
Al-Sisi, Saudi foreign minister agree to hold quarterly consultations
Al-Sisi met with cabinet, requested urgent plan to maintain public service facilities
Trafficked, beaten and sometimes even killed for ransom – a new AI report examines the horrors experienced by Rohingya attempting to flee persecution in Myanmar in May this year, and warns of another looming crisis. “We felt so sorry whenever we saw the people dead and thrown to the sea. The people are dying on …