Latest in Tag: Ministry of Trade and Industry Highlight
Latest in Tag: Ministry of Trade and Industry
Egypt and Saudi Arabia have held their second meeting as part of ongoing collaboration to enhance economic, social, cultural and media cooperation has taken place online.
Agency keen to continuously coordinate with International Cooperation Ministry in providing necessary funding for national projects
Egypt’s Minister of Trade and Industry Nevine Gamea and Minister of Military Production Mohamed Ahmed Morsi have witnessed the signing ceremony of a joint manufacturing agreement to produce electric buses in Egypt.
Egypt is keen to activate the European Free Trade Association (EFTA) agreement signed between Egypt and EFTA states: Minister Nevine Gamea
It includes entrepreneurship programmes to familiarise young people with know-how to establish SMEs, prepare feasibility studies
IDB’s financing programmes aimed at contributing to implementation of government’s strategy to double Egyptian exports
They discuss removing obstacles that hinder flow of goods between two countries such as customs, taxes
Talks covered developments in establishing Egyptian industrial zone in Sudan, re-operating Egyptian Commercial Center in Khartoum
Lease term for industrial units was extended from 5 to 10 years
Country starts domestic manufacturing of some production requirements instead of importing them
Egypt is pivotal player in African trade system, says AfCFTA’s Secretary General
Bank’s presence in Africa could enhance Egypt’s trade, industrial, and investment cooperation with other countries in continent
Programme to finance Egypt’s imports of basic commodities such as food and petroleum products
MSMEs exempted from stamp tax, documentation fees, while custom duties on machinery, equipment reduced from 5% to 2%
Citizens can access payment plans up to 7-10 years under initiative
Work is underway to launch incentive fund to deepen local products, says Nevine Gamea
Egypt’s Minister of Trade and Industry Nevine Gamea has revealed that 20,000 citizens registered their data, during the recent Go Green Exhibition, to benefit from the government’s Car Replacement initiative. Gamea said that the initiative aims to convert and replace vehicles to run on clean energy and natural gas. Of the registrants, more than 10,000 …
Egypt’s Minister of Trade and Industry Nevine Gamea has issued decision No 640 of 2020 appointing Mahmoud Momtaz as Chairperson of the Egyptian Competition Authority (ECA). Prior to his appointment, Momtaz served as a Private Sector Development Specialist at the World Bank’s headquarters in Washington DC, a position he held since August 2018. During that …
Programme saves 50% of money spent on traditional fuels, provides better income for taxi and microbus drivers, and decreases air pollution: Nevine Gamea
Egypt’s first “Go Green Exhibition”, highlighting the conversion of vehicles to clean energy and replacement technologies, will kick off on Monday at the Egypt International Exhibition Center (EIEC).
Country’s exports stood at EGP 22.8bn in 11M of 2020
Country sees investments in industry reaching EGP 49bn in FY 2019/20
Egypt’s Minister of Trade and Industry Nevine Gamea held a digital meeting with President of African Export and Import Bank (Afreximbank) Benedict Oramah
Egypt’s Ministry of Trade and Industry has commenced coordinating with Jordan and Iraq on activating industrial and commercial integration between the three countries.
Decision aims to protect local productivity rates from fallout due to COVID-19 pandemic
The National Bank of Egypt (NBE) is leading an alliance of banks working in the Egyptian market to arrange an increase in financing for Oilex, an Egypt-based international company for the extraction of multiple forms of oils.
The inspections are to take place to ensure compliance with the measures to ensure worker safety in factories and production continuity during this delicate stage.
Ministry decision aims to secure country’s needs of medical products to counter coronavirus
Since the beginning of this year, Egypt’s iron industry has been subjected to a legal battle started by integrated steel plants and hot rolled steel manufacturers after the Ministry of Trade and Industry issued a resolution in April, imposing a temporary import tariff of 15% on iron billets and 25% on steel rebar, set for 180 days ending in October.
Ministries of Trade and Industry, Finance, Transport discuss simplifying trade across borders’ procedures