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The report, entitled “The Measures Tourism Marketing Companies Must take in light of COVID-19”, was launched by BCG in cooperation with internet search platform Google.
The pop-up shop allows few of the Middle East’s most promising young brands a dip into British market.
Gradual increase in consumption starts as temperatures rise, says source
The North Coast of Egypt has become one of the hottest spots for domestic and international tourism development in Egypt. Therefore, Egyptian real estate developers compete to launch new luxury projects in that area with more services and facilitates to attract clients who would like to enjoy the warm and sunny weather and prefer crystalline …
The fast windmills of fashion trends are often keen on recycling previous cuts, colours, and fabrics. With the global industry following the commands of social media and millennial preferences, nostalgia is an unmatched winner for 2018. While the 1990s make a better idol for a generation born during the same decade, the 1970s are still …
It is basically how we, Les Miniatures, see summer; bright as a Fleurette, says co-founder
Occupancy rate during Eid Al-Fitr forecasts an increase in demand
North Coast hotels will record the highest prices in the next summer, followed by Ain Sokhna at EGP 1,500 per night, then Hurghada and South Sinai
The Ministry of Electricity and Renewable Energy has completed the maintenance of production plants of 27,000MW for next summer. Sources at the ministry said that the Egyptian Electricity Holding Company (EEHC) completed 80% of the sheer annual maintenance of production units at the national level to cope with the loads expected in the summer, where …
Whether chilling on the beach or spending the night in one of the country’s biggest parties, fashion statements are important. While few local labels have already proven to be great wearable companions to all sorts of occasions, the year’s busiest season requires a few iconic pieces. This year Sahel has established itself as Egypt’s top …
As summer approaches, many look to discover new destinations while others choose to go back to their favourite childhood activities. Nostalgia might be a notion that can come by any day throughout the year, but it is definitely a frequent summer companion. For an entire generation, summer was spent watching and sketching fictional cartoon characters. …
Average occupancy rates up to 30% in Cairo, 50% on the Red Sea, 40% in South Sinai, more than 80% in Alexandria and at the North Coast
Looking for a good book this summer? DW’s Jochen Kürten suggests a few from a variety of epochs that are certainly not light summer reading – but will get you to think.
Brokers are used to raise prices, especially for Gulf tourists, because of the prominent belief that they are wealthy and come to enjoy, says real estate expert
People suffer from unprecedented heat wave which has been hitting the country for the past weeks
Arriving at the store, Saba met with her fans, who had been waiting to catch a glimpse of their favourite star
Butane gas consumption sees only slight rise of 3%-4% in Ramadan, says former EGPC Vice Chairman
Electricity stations in Egypt are challenged by fuel shortage, maintenance and frequent bombings
Foreign bodies in the ear: they may enter the ear canal, especially children’s.
Plan includes pumping around 3.25bn cubic feet of natural gas and 40,000 tonnes of mazut everyday, according to government official
Add to your elegance the colours of spring and do not forget to add pastel soft colours to your closet, the most demanded colours in the global fashion houses. Nehal Khalifa is considered one of the youngest Egyptian fashion designers. Despite this, she gains the trust of all those who deal with her, thanks to …
Minister says people moved very quickly and did the most they could do to control the situation
Tarek El Molla elaborates on fuel imports, EGPC debts, subsidies and foreign investments
One shipment is about 170,000 cubic metres.
The summer of 2014 might make up for losses of the past 3 years.
Minister says subsidies are a ‘right we cannot do away with’
The battikh and mangoes have nearly completely disappeared and have been replaced with shiny, bright red, juicy deliciousness that taste great in salads, sauces and soups.
The efforts to solve the electricity crisis continue
Last week Algerians attacked governmental institutions and private corporations who are seen as responsible for power outages plaguing the nation. On Friday, many businesses closed because of the heat, reported El Khabar, an Algerian daily. In a state with over 35 million Muslims and temperatures reported to have reached as high as 50 degrees this …
By Islam Serour Power saving measures will become mandatory by 2013, Prime Minister Hesham Qandil told a press conference Friday night, noting that the government will issue the organising criteria and conditions. The Prime Minister relayed the findings of the technical committee tasked to investigate the rolling blackouts. According to which, electricity production covers 90 …