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Latest in Tag: import


EGP41m value of importing ice cream in 10 months 

Egypt imported ice cream and other edible ice with value of about EGP 41m in the period from January to October 2016, according to Baseera. Egypt imported ice cream by $1.419m from across the world in 2016, compared to $2.2m in 2015. Data acquired from Trade Map website shows that France came in the first …

Shaimaa Al-Aees

First gas import license to be granted in 2018

An official source at the Ministry of Petroleum and Mineral Resources said that the executive regulation of the gas market regulation law is expected to be completed within the next month. According to the source, the members of the Natural Gas Market Regulatory Authority will be announced next month, while next month will also see …

Ahmed Ismail

Egypt to stop importing gas by end-2018: EGAS

According to Vice President of the Egyptian Natural Gas Holding Company (EGAS) Magdy Galal, the company aims to stop importing liquefied natural gas from abroad by the end of next year. According to Galal, the Ministry of Petroleum owns the bulk structure that qualifies Egypt to become a regional energy hub. It owns the Sumed …

Ahmed Ismail

GOEIC rejects 354 imported containers due to non-conformity

The General Organisation for Export and Import Control (GOEIC) received approximately 19,584 imported food and industry containers during October. Inspection results showed the validity of 19,230 containers, while 354 were rejected for non-conformity to standards. The report pointed out that the number of imported industrial containers was 12,135, while food containers amounted to 7,449. The …

Shaimaa Al-Aees

EU ups import tariffs on China steel

While China is trying to define its future trade relations with the US, it’s been delivered a broadside from the European Commission. Brussels announced it had raised duties on Chinese steel imports.The EU executive said Thursday it had set anti-dumping duties on imports of hot-rolled flat steel products from China at a higher rate than …

Deutsche Welle

High import cost opens the expansion file for oil crops cultivation

High oil import costs led to opening the cultivation of oil crops’ file. Abdul Moneim El-Banna, Egyptian Minister of Agriculture, said that the ministry will pay a great deal of attention to oily crops during the coming period to reach a production of 25% of oil needs in the local market. Agricultural experts and investors …

Daily News Egypt