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Country had previously been on the list but was removed in June 2011 for not meeting requirements
Finance Ministry issues 52 tenders for T-bills worth EGP 462bn, 35 bids for bonds worth EGP 180.5bn from April to June end
Protesters gathered near Republican Palace to call for President’s resignation, and for Prime Minister-designate Hariri to apologise for forming government
Urban rehabilitation requires improving built environment, housing, infrastructure, and local services
Egypt ranks first in indebtedness reduction index, says Mohamed Maait
IMF praises Egyptian government’s provision of assistance to individuals, companies most affected by pandemic
President Al-Sisi directs for coordination with specialised companies for local production of railway rods
During past week, Ministers of Foreign Affairs, Water Resources, and Agriculture addressed parliament on their work
Yemen’s President Abd Rabbu Mansour Hadi announced that PM Maeen Abdulmalik was reappointed to head the new cabinet
384 industrial complexes, 650 medium projects, and 2k small and micro enterprises will be established, providing 330k jobs: Minister Shaarawy
These debts are estimated at EGP 13.5bn, with their settlement coming in light of the government’s efforts to settle and repay the accumulated historical debts of that sector.
During the meeting, they discussed the projects that are being implemented in cooperation with development partners in the field of social protection, the most important of which is the Takaful and Karama programme, funded by the World Bank.
The disbursement of the finance comes in a bid to support this segment of Egyptian society, particularly as it has been badly hit by the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.
Total of 250 technology centres will be developed to provide 120 services across Egypt, says Planning Minister
The two ministries will cooperate with El-Montazah for Tourism and Investment and EMAC Aqaba Company to build the tourism project.
Egypt’s public investments rose 70% to EGP 595bn, says Planning Minister
Country ranks 7th out of 17 Arab countries, and 8th out of 18 countries in MENA region
Naeem Research sees that the amendments, if approved, would affect snacks and sweet manufacturers badly, while they have already been negatively impacted by the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.
The ministerial review took place in the presence of ministry officials and urban planning professors from several Egyptian universities.
El-Said said that the remarkable growth in the volume of investments directed to the governorates comes as part of the government’s keenness to reduce development gaps by focusing on the governorates most in need.
The beneficiaries of the urgent finance include: the General Authority for Supply Commodities (GASC); the Holding Company for Spinning and Weaving; and the National Media Authority. It also financed subsidies for student subscriptions to the Cairo Metro, the home delivery of natural gas, medicines, and infant formula.
Tenders will be issued from beginning of October to end of December 2020: Finance Ministry
Solution to Lebanese crisis embodied in return to French initiative, forming government far from logic of sectarian quotas, says Lebanese MP
153 exporting companies received first batch of dues worth EGP 1.8bn
They also tackled the participation of the private sector in implementing seawater desalination projects.
New platform offers 70 government services, including food rations and vehicle licensing
New platform offers 70 services covering vehicle and driving licensing, public notary, and electronic filing of lawsuits
Championship to be held in Cairo, New Administrative Capital, 6th of October city, and Borg El-Arab city in Alexandria
Parliament approves State of Emergency declared by caretaker government
The new investments aim to move the economy onto sustainable growth, and to provide new job opportunities, especially in light of the global economy slowdown as a result of the novel coronavirus pandemic.