The country’s engineering exports rose by 49% in the first four months (4M) of fiscal year (FY) 2020/21 reaching $967.7m. This compared to the $650.2m recorded during the same period of FY 2019/2020.
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Executive Director of EECE, May Helmy, said that Tabseer will support the Egyptian companies to obtain the necessary quality and conformity certificates needed to enter not only the Gulf markets, but also the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) markets.
Abu Fraikha pointed out that the most important countries that receive Egyptian engineering products exports are the United Kingdom, Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates, Hungary, Slovakia, France, Iraq, Algeria, and Syria.
Demerged engineering and construction arm will be dually listed in Egypt and Dubai
‘Semester drop’ demanded for arbitrarily expelled student
By Reem Khorshid As I chose to major in Architectural Engineering one year after studying there, I started appreciating Cairo University’s historic campus even more. Although the School of Engineering has a separate modern campus, I used to take walks around the main campus to enjoy the majestic classic dome, famous clock tower, the Obelisk at …
The student’s mother claims she submitted videos which incriminate police forces in killing her son last NovemberThe student’s mother claims she submitted videos which incriminate police forces in killing her son last November
Cairo University’s Engineering students protested again today in condemnation of the General Prosecution statement which said that fellow student Mohamed Reda was killed by weapons carried by demonstrators.
Any violation to the law by the students will be met with deterring sanctions: Cabinet
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The systems were especially designed to help speed the design and planning process of any industrial project.
By Asmaa Nabil A coalition of the Indonesian company Multistrada and the Transport and Engineering Company, a subsidiary of the Chemical Industries Holding Company (CIHC), are studying a plan to build an automobile frame factory financed by Misr Financial Investments. The factory will produce three million automobile frames per year. Amr Nashaat, the official spokesman …