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Value Added Tax heads taxation reform discussion

Under the slogan “Future Tax System and its Impact on the Economy and Investment,” the Egyptian Society for Taxation (EST) sponsored a conference yesterday, discussing new reforms which would enhance the Egyptian taxation system. The conference was headed by Ahmed Sawqqi, chairman of the EST, and attended by Mamdouh Omar, the newly appointed chairman of …

Islam Serour

Spain’s most famous fiesta hit by economic downturn

Pamplona (AFP) — Spain’s most  famous fiesta, the San Fermin bull running festival in Pamplona, is taking a hit from the economic crisis as revellers cut corners to save money. The cobbled streets of the northern city are still packed with party-goers from around the world, drawn by the carnival atmosphere and the chance to be …

Daily News Egypt

EU warns Egypt against cotton import ban

By Omar Abdel Hamid and Mohamed Salah El-Din The European Union warned the Egyptian government over the continuation of banning cotton imports. In a statement to the Egyptian Ministry of Agriculture, the EU said that the decision to ban cotton imports is a violation of the General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade (GATT), and must …

Daily News Egypt

Who’s Afraid of Europe’s Human-Rights Court?

By James A. Goldston and Yonko Grozev SOFIA: At a time when the ongoing European debt crisis is fracturing public faith in the continent’s political and economic institutions, one would expect Europe’s leaders to strengthen as many unifying symbols as they can. Instead, they have allowed one of the jewels of post-World War II European integration …

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