Latest in Tag: FEDCOC Highlight
Latest in Tag: FEDCOC
Al-Arabi said that the committee will contribute to achieving a set of economic and social goals that are in line with Egypt’s vision for economic growth 2030.
Initiative comes as part of optimal exploitation of Africa’s natural resources, developing intra-African trade
Over 10 virtual conferences gathered Egypt with China, EU, Ukraine, South Korea, and UACCIAP members
Egypt produces about 85% of its pharmaceutical needs locally, and imports only 15% from abroad, according to Ali Auf, Head of the General Division of Drug Traders at the Federation of Egyptian Chambers of Commerce (FEDCOC). Auf added that manufacturing what Egypt imports locally requires extensive technology and has special specifications, which are not currently available in the country. He elaborated that oncological drugs cost about EGP 200,000per patient, …
It aims to turn Egypt into hub for re-exporting Russian products
New measures will work on activating domestic and conference tourism in governorate
NTRA stresses importance of new digital portal for import, licensing services
FEDCOC signs cooperation protocols with Egyptian banks to provide easy financing mechanism for youth
Number of candidates in Automotive Division elections is low: Auto expert Montaser Zaytoun
Most sales took place via Internet during first three months of 2020
Indicative prices relating to Egyptian customs have caused significant local price hikes, especially for low-income consumers, says Division of Importers member
The initiative was set up and launched by the Digital Economy Division at the Cairo Chambers of Commerce, in cooperation with the Ministry of Public Enterprises Sectors.
Commercial shop closing times are being studied in coordination with concerned authorities and governorates
Protocols will see Egyptian products promoted through online platforms
Businesspersons suggest collaboration with international marketing companies to promote the country’s investment opportunities
Al-Arabi said that the FEDCOC coordinates with the Federation of Egyptian Industries (FEI) to encourage producers and importers to provide sufficient quantities of initiatives to meet needs of Egyptian market at discounted prices.
The FEDCOC announced the results in the presence of 35 people with the right to vote. Al-Arabi got 21 votes while the former president of the FEDCOC for the previous two terms got 14 votes.
Market anticipating offering of petroleum companies, banks’ stakes, marking turning point for Egypt’s economy
The Committee introduces penalties amounting to 5 years imprisonment, FEI, FEDCOC reject
Week-long consumer education campaign is to promote safe online shopping habits and protection against different types of payment-related frauds
The implementation of social and middle-class housing units will start within a week, Badr El-Din says
Final preparations to be finished within one month, according to Salem
Khalil Hassan Khalil, board member in the Federation of Egyptian Chambers of Commerce (FEDCOC) and head of its General Division of the Digital and Electronic Economy, held a joint meeting with the leaders of risk investment fund “Algebra Ventures” and the six Egyptian companies that took part in the CES exhibition in Las Vegas in …
Turkish companies consider reviving projects stalled since 2011, says El-Wakeel
Size of IT market in Egypt to reach EGP 26bn by 2020, says Afifi
Devices represent about 50% of the market, while services represent about 30%, and software represents 20%
Industry and Trade Minister Tarek Kabil was commissioned by the prime minister to hold a meeting with Transportation Minister Galal Saeed, Supply Minister Mohammad Ali Meselhy, and President of the Federation of Egyptian Chambers of Commerce (FEDCOC) Ahmed El-Wakeel to study the fees for transporting food products following the increase in the prices of …
Government in full coordination with CBE to overcome the US dollar crisis
4.3 million traders expected to stop buying US dollars for 2 weeks in a bid to stop further appreciation
Police measures will lead to a severe shortage in goods and threaten investments, says Ezz