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El-Anany said the ministerial committee for tourism affairs, headed by Prime Minister Mostafa Madbouly, will meet on Wednesday to discuss a package of measures in support of tourism investors.
Issuing EGP 522bn T-bills, EGP 88bn bonds between April-June: Finance Ministry
Tourism revenues recorded $7.8bn, $2.5bn, $6.1bn in 2017, 2016, and 2015 respectively.
‘15 of coronavirus deaths occur before ambulance arrives,’ Health Minister
Flooding occurs early March due to heavy rainfall
Egypt’s valuable tourism one of many sectors to see significant decline due to global Covid-19 pandemic
It comes during phone call between Hamdouk and US Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin
Pandemic has infected 609, killed 40 in Egypt, with 132 recoveries
Ministry of Irrigation obtains $2m grant from Green Climate Fund
Both sides touch on cooperation in solid waste management field
Egypt now has capacity to conduct up to 200,000 tests, says WHO
Entreprenelle mainly aims to support local women economically by educating, training and linking them to all the possible entrepreneurship resources.
Researchers and innovators are encouraged to present solutions improving health care capacities to combat COVID-19.
Both Egypt and Kuwait have already halted flights with the outside world as part of precautions to contain the spread of the new coronavirus.
Egypt has taken several measures on economic, medical, social, educational levels
Decision to encourage tourist companies to launch new programmes that would link cultural, beach tourism, says ex-head of Tourism Promotion Authority
Al-Sisi called upon citizens to abide by governmental measures to curb the virus spread
Food, cash assistance among labour experts’ recommendations
Nile River is not owned by anyone, but rather joint ownership of several countries
Net foreign assets up EGP 75.1bn in 7 months, credit facilities rise to EGP 1.883bn in January
The CBE added that remittances in the second half (2H) of 2019 surged by about $1.6bn to $13.7bn, compared to $12.1bn in the corresponding period in 2018.
The decision comes within Egypt’s comprehensive plan to counter the coronavirus pandemic, through adopting preventive measures to preserve the health of workers and citizens and prevent large gatherings.
Despite the intervention of many international actors, Ethiopia insists on prevarication, ignoring that the Nile River is the lifeline of Egypt and that any aggression on it or any attempt to stop its flow is an attack on Egypt’s life, development, and security.
The 16 March is a special day in the history of Egyptian women’s struggle towards her rights, the roots of the day dates back to 1919 when women participated for the first time in political demonstrations during the1919 revolution.
30 new cases in 24 hours, bringing the total to 196 so far, including 6 deaths, 26 recoveries
Workers in hotels will be provided with all required logistics including socks, masks, and gloves. Moreover, the hotels contracted with highly-trained medical teams to deal with any suspected cases of the virus.
Decision to result in huge losses for Egyptian airlines exceeding EGP 2.25bn
Speculations were based on a pre-print manuscript which was rejected by scientific journals
Monthly download capacities for home internet subscriptions were also increased by 20% at a cost of EGP 200m to be borne by the state for all user segments in coordination with Internet service providers to support distance education and basic services.
Courts, weddings, funerals suspended as precautionary measures against pandemic