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The number of fairs that provide food around Egypt during Ramadan is 122, says Ismael
The invitation was presented during his meeting with Prime Minister Sherif Ismail following the conclusion of a conference in London about Somalia
Companies are demanding a grace period of 3 months for contracts of project of 2016
Ministerial coordination to improve the ranking of Egypt in international “Doing Business” reports
Comparative study to landing and taking off fees in Egypt to competing states
PM Sherif Ismail visited the Central Agency for Public Mobilization and Statistics’ (CAPMAS) headquarters to follow up on the progress of the general census of population, housing, and facilities for 2017. During the visit, Ismail inspected the operations room of CAPMAS and was briefed on the progress of data collection and the early stages of …
Gas self-sufficiency to be achieved by end of 2019, says prime minister
Al-Sisi said that he expects that Egypt will be on good terms with the new US administration because they share the same vision in combating terrorism
Measures also include lowering customs and tax tariffs on imported rice and sugar by 30%
Government expects new drug prices to have positive impact on availability of medicine in Egypt
Decision prioritises labour-intensive and exporting projects that rely on local components
Negotiations with pharmaceutical companies to determine which medicines will be subject to the price increase, says cabinet spokesperson
MPs in Aswan for negotiations with Nubian protesters; no meetings held with Tantawi
Japan and Russia are pushing ahead with new plans to develop infrastructure and industry in the Russian Far East, but analysts believe that Tokyo’s hopes for the return of disputed islands off Hokkaido will be dashed.
The number of Takaful and Karama beneficiaries was boosted to 1.7 million households with EGP 2.5bn in additional support
Will the British parliament upset Prime Minister May’s Brexit plans? It hasn’t come to that yet, even if the “remain” camp feels they have a new lease on life, writes DW’s Bernd Riegert
Government will send a report to parliament on its performance over the past 6 months, says MP
Dozens of MPs passed and signed a petition demanding the impeachment of the cabinet, amid defence from the Prime Minister
Police measures will lead to a severe shortage in goods and threaten investments, says Ezz
Pharmaceutical factories must continue to work at full capacity to cover local market and export needs, says Ismail
Nepal’s new Prime Minister Pushpa Kamal Dahal is set to embark on a goodwill visit to his country’s giant southern neighbor. The trip comes amid testy bilateral relations and Kathmandu’s deepening ties with Beijing.
At the annual Ambrosetti Forum gathering of elites at Lake Como, Italian PM Renzi told political and economic influentials that Italy needs more time to reform.
The Spanish parliament is due to vote on Prime Minister Rajoy’s reelection but he looks unlikey to garner the required absolute majority. Much will now depend on the Socialists, as Santiago Saez reports from Madrid.
We cannot leisurely take our time anymore; the government is continuously working to fix the taxes and customs systems, says Ismail
The government is keen on providing for the needs of Upper Egypt’s neediest, says prime minister
Daghr arrived in Cairo to review latest developments on the Yemeni situation
Britain’s new prime minister confidently tackled questions from MPs during her first Prime Minister’s Questions session, but gave no clear indication of her plans for Brexit. Samira Shackle reports from London.
Is it sexist to talk about a politician’s clothes? Britain’s new Prime Minister Theresa May is very open about her passion for fashion. Political fashion blogger Laura Dunn explains why she can be an inspiration.
Kyriakos Mitsotakis, the leader of the Greek conservative party Nea Dimokratia, says he wants to “liberate” Greece from left-wing Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras. He tells DW how he intends to accomplish this.
British Vote Leave strategist Daniel Hannan is this week’s guest on Conflict Zone, discussing whether the Brexit campaign misled voters, as some claim, and what he thinks future holds for post-Brexit UK.