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In the next few days, the prime ministers of Japan and China will visit Havana to talk about trade and investment. The two countries hope to gain a foothold in a market that is still off- limits to US companies.
GOEIC, ABCC are geared up to ensure Brazilian exports fulfil Egyptian requirements, says CEO of chamber
EGP 2.3bn increase in exports and EGP 3.2bn decrease in imports
This protocol for electronic information exchange reduces the time needed for clearance, which in turn will cut down costs
Arab leaders have vowed to work together on security concerns since 2014, but the threat of extremism and sectarian strife rages on
This year 1,304 approvals for investment projects were granted in comparison to 1,099 approvals in 2015
Sarajevo’s Klas bakery benefits from trade with the EU. It’s one of the few Bosnian economic success stories. Conditions are tough for businesses, as Daniel Heinrich reports from Sarajevo.
The bill has been on hold for more than two months because parliament members didn’t have quorum
Current trade relations between Egypt and the UK will not worsen, but improve, says UK trade envoy
Shippers will be required to verify the gross mass of their containers
Points of discord remain, time is running thin, and the public mood is souring on free trade – does TTIP stand a chance? The EU and the US are meeting for the 14th time, and the Sisyphean boulder is only getting heavier.
Exports increase by 11.7%, imports decrease by 27.2%
The mission concluded with a visit to the construction site of the Egyptian Grand Museum
This decision will secure the needs of the local sugar market, says Qabil
Exports fall short by EGP 10.6bn, compared to EGP 32.9bn in imports in January
Several cooperation agreements are expected to be signed during King Salman’s visit
The mission finalised an agreement between the Egyptian polycarbonate sheet company Polyee Playst and Lebanese companies operating in Ghana, Niger, Nigeria, Sierra Leone, Ivory Coast, Iraq, and Kuwait
Minister of Industry and Foreign Trade Tarek Qabil met with the delegation of the European Union (EU) to Egypt with whom he discussed the importance of strengthening Euro-Mediterranean relations through the introduction of new programs and initiatives, and enhancing mutual cooperation within the region. “Egypt is keen to develop trade and economic relations with the …
Speaking at the Suez Canal Global Conference (SCGC) in Cairo, the chamber’s general-secretary, Peter Hinchliffe, noted the inauguration of the Suez Canal extension in 2015 had already contributed to an addition in the total volume of international trade
Brazil and Egypt continue to enjoy strong trade relations, a resounding demonstration of the countries’ strategic partnership. It is a relationship that stems back as far as 1924 when bilateral relations between Egypt and Brazil began. Over the years, the countries have enjoyed friendly ties and struck agreements on many important global issues, particularly in …
Imports from Nile basin countries declined from $107.2m to $29.42m year-on-year
Italian Minister of Economy Federica Guidi previously said Egypt is keen on attracting Italian investments
Dependence on rail and river transport saves EGP 6bn per year, says minister
Bilateral trade between Egypt and Australia in FY 2014/2015 recorded at $386m
Imports declined by 8.1% to amount to EGP 47.26bn during October 2015 compared to EGP 51.43bn last year
Petroleum exports decline by 15.7%
Supply Minister says Egypt can benefit from position of Cyprus to export to the EU
Negotiations between the European Union, Russia and Ukraine aimed at resolving disagreements over a free trade deal between Brussels and Kiev have failed, adding to the already deep divisions between the three sides.
The deficit recorded EGP 29.49bn in September 2015, compared to EGP 37.86bn in the same month in 2014