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Chinese car companies, for the new year, did not reduce car prices in anticipation for market conditions improving, Saad explained. He noted that the recent drop in car prices is not solely due to custom removals of Turkish cars, but also to the decline in exchange rates.
Particular attention will go to aspects of inclusiveness, growth, job creation targeting youth, women
The sales of European cars declined to their lowest pace in four years last month due to lower purchasing power and tax changes in Britain. Bloomberg News Agency reported that some companies, including Volkswagen and Ford, lost their share in the European market to Fiat Chrysler and NF automobiles, which attract customers with their distinctive …
The agreement allows both parties to impose an internal tax on all types of cars, says Bayoumi
70% deficiency in the market; spare parts for Korean, Chinese, Japanese, European models are absent
In multiethnic societies such as France, it is important to uphold the principle of law, the sociologist Marieme Helie Lucas says. Anything else would undermine the rights of socially excluded groups.
The nuclear disaster of 2011 plunged Japan’s tourism industry into crisis. That seems to be over now. For the first time, the number of tourists visiting Japan exceeds the number of Japanese visiting other countries.
A source with a German automotive manufacturer claims the company has remained subject to tariffs that were set to be reduced at the start of 2016
The Skoda Octavia sold 5,154 cars worth EGP 978m in 2015; while the Renault Stepway came third in terms of sales, selling 4,183 cars at EGP 522m.
The Balkans were again at the center of European politics in 2015. The countries of southern Europe are playing a key role in dealing with the refugee crisis.
EU countries acquired 33.5% of total Egyptian exports by end of Q3 of FY 2014/2015
Some of us might consider the acquittal of Mubarak, the failure of state-building in Libya, the civil war in Syria, the sectarian war in Yemen, or the international silence and approval of crushing protesters in Bahrain the death of the so-called Arab Spring. We might also say Lucky Tunisia, the only survivor of such a …
By James Moran, Head of the EU Delegation in Egypt Given our historical ties, the common challenges we face and the opportunities for the future, the EU’s partnership with Egypt is more important than ever. Over the past ten years, relations have been conducted primarily within the framework of the European Neighbourhood Policy (ENP), which …
The decision led to the postponement of many purchasing decisions until the new prices are implemented.
2014 inherited same crises faced by sector as 2013, including active labour migration and low occupancy
National Council for Women accuses EU of trying to deny the legitimacy of the “30 June Revolution”, while the EU says NCW chairman was “misinformed” about its mission’s report
Mission members were asked to leave the symposium after NCW head expressed displeasure with mission’s report on presidential elections
Egyptian foreign minister expected to meet EU high representative during his visit to Brussels
Banks took the most points off the FTSEurofirst 300, with lenders exposed to Ukraine and Russia falling sharply.
The Euro Film Panorama aims to cater to demand for international and Egyptian independent cinema all year long through Zawya.
EU delegation press officer denies delegation’s presence in Egypt
The group was apprehended at the Libyan border
EU revokes export licenses to any equipment used for internal repression
Fahmy discusses situation in Egypt with EU envoy as EU-Egypt relations come under review
Ministry calls for halting any land seizures that would prevent a Palestinian state
The Enterprise Europe Network is an EU-funded business and innovation support network with a global reach
By Islam Zayed A high-ranking source at the Ministry of Finance (MOF) revealed that the government is working on several projects regarding relief of public debt, reduction of budget’s deficit and reforming the Egyptian economy, all in parallel. The Foreign Relations Department at the Ministry of Planning and International Cooperation (MPIC) continues to negotiate the …