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The bride seems ecstatic and receives her fair share of shakes and shimmies, as I stare with foreign eyes and struggle to find a bridge between these seeming contradictions.
US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton is worried for the safety of Americans, Egyptians and Israelis should Sinai become a terrorist base
U.S. Secretary of State, Hillary Clinton, announced during her visit to Egypt the establishment of an Egyptian-American fund to provide financing for small and medium sized enterprises (SMEs). Egypt is in need of such financing in order to achieve sustainable economic growth and to create jobs during the transitional period. The Secretary stated that …
As President Mohamed Morsy mulls over candidates for his cabinet, officials announced that the Kamal El-Ganzouri led government will continue through Ramadan.
A committee has been formed between the Ministry of Finance and the Ministry of Petroleum to determine whether additional funds to the EGPC are needed
The judge will hear the case calling for the revocation of the SCAF supplementary decree
Rising tourism figures confirms that the Egyptian tourism sector had recovered in a number of primary foreign markets
The difference between a good night and a bad one for a woman in Egypt might be as thin as veil
The HUB FIX project connects the Egyptian Stock Exchange to markets across the world via the networks of Fidessa and ULLINK
Khairat Al-Shater, Deputy General Guide to the Muslim Brotherhood, launches a new consumer goods retail chain
Trading on the Egyptian Stock Exchange is expected to experience Ramadan lull as traders await political developments over the holy month
Remaining on the board by the time you reach the base of a dune is a cause for celebration, and your fellow ‘boardies’ will whoop and holler in support of your successful befriending of gravity.
More companies join the protests and threaten to cut railroad tracks if demands fail to be met.
Military abuse continues as protesters challenge the ruling generals
Employees attempted to storm Suez government buildings
Doctors are asking for more protection as their syndicate fails them
A largescale protest has once again made the town of Mahalla the frontline of Egypt’s labour movement
Syrian refugees face hardship and uncertainty in Egypt
Tensions surrounds the court proceedings because of the critical nature of the Constituent Assembly
US Secretary of State visits crucial US ally for the first time in two years
Conflicting reports shroud railway tragedy
Successful presidential elections have reinvigorated the real estate market but it may be temporary
Real estate company committed to development in the Fifth Settlement in New Cairo
By Mohamed Fawzy Veteran advertising agency Tarek Nour Communications hopes to achieve EGP 100 million in advertisements sales during the month of Ramadan. Tarek Makhlouf, the managing director of the company, said that if the company is able to meet its Ramadan target, it will compensate for recent losses, particularly in light of the decision …
The Ministry of Finance in co-operation with the Central Bank have managed to allocate $318 million, which represents the value of public debt instalments owed by the government for bonds issued abroad in Egyptian pound in 2007. A high-ranking source in the Ministry of Finance has affirmed the government’s commitment to the settlement of all instalments owed at …
Experts fear striking down of article of commercial law will leave businessmen and agents exposed
Information technology (IT) experts have said that the IT sector in Egypt has not significantly contributed to the national economy because the government has neglected its principle components. The sector has played an important role in other developing economies such as in India, Malaysia, and Brazil. The experts viewed the Ministry of Communications and Information …
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Egyptians don’t know how to handle the environment responsibly, we don’t have the culture. And it’s not wrong to say we have a problem, we have to recognise it to solve it.
The Information Technology Industry Development Authority (ITIDA) has reviewed the bids it received to supply 10,000 locally produced “tablets” next month