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Last week, I closely followed, in a combination of shock, sarcasm and cynicism, the parliamentary elections participation rate frenzy. The low rates of participation were neither shocking nor surprising, but the amount of justification and propaganda that surrounded those rates was frightful. The fact that mass media, whether private or state owned, became a platform …
Egypt is targeting to reach $10bn in FDI over current fiscal year
State is combating corruption in order to carry out national investment projects
Company is following government’s master plan, which is investing in renewable energy, says Frédéric Abbal
Finance ministry to issue treasury bills worth EGP 199.5bn, bonds worth EGP 82bn from October to end of December
“We want Arab governments to specify 25% quota for women’s businesses,” says UN Regional Director
Tarek Kabil was sworn in as Minister of Industry and Foreign Trade, replacing Mounir Fakhry Abdel Nour.
China’s education landscape has become increasingly internationalized over the past decade owing to a plethora of factors. DW speaks to China experts at MERICS about the driving forces and implications of this trend.
President accepted Mehleb’s resignation early Saturday
By Nevine Kamel A short conversation with the doorman made me wonder – when will the government succeed in reconciling with its people? When can the Egyptian citizen trust his government? I asked Khattab, the doorman: “Haven’t you felt the current development of the country’s conditions? Haven’t you felt safer and more stable?” …
Senior state executives too weak and too involved to fight corruption: PFT Director
Having lived in complete chaos for many years, Egyptians have come to believe that chaotic behaviour is an Egyptian cultural trait, part of their DNA, and that we are by nature a chaotic people. The reality is that chaos is consciously sustained by the Egyptian state, to facilitate its authoritarian rule. It is simply one …
The authority will own state-owned lands and establishments in the zone. According to the law, the authority’s chairman of the board of directors must submit an annual report to the Prime Minister on the activities in the zone
Court rejects case that claimed the invalidity of the Toshka contract
We lack media representation abroad due to the austerity policies applied. Majority of attachés, consultants, and media personnel need training, says Abdel-Sadek
How are Greeks dealing with the country’s new value-added tax? Where are they cutting corners? As Marinathi Milona reports from Thessaloniki, many Greeks feel the increase is the right plan at the wrong time.
Private sector has carried out 62.2% from implemented local investments over FY 2014/2015