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Latest in Tag: vehicles


20,000 citizens register data under Car Replacement Initiative: Trade Minister

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 …

Nehal Samir

EOS adopts new specifications of private vehicles

The Egyptian Organisation for Standardisation and Quality (EOS) has adopted 49 new standard specifications for locally and imported vehicles. The new specifications were issued under standard No 8153 of 2018 and aim to improve safety and security conditions for vehicles. A government source said that the new specifications come in line with Egypt’s accession to …

Daily News Egypt

Air force destroys 8 vehicles carrying arms in Western Desert

As part of the security apparatus’s efforts to capture the perpetrators in the deadly Al-Wahat attack, the Egyptian air force prevented an attempt to smuggle arms and explosives into the country through the western borders with Libya, a statement by the spokesperson of the military forces, Tamer Al-Refaee, said on Monday. Doing so, the air …

Daily News Egypt

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Passenger cars register EGP 25.4bn in sales over 9 months

The passenger car market saw sales of 110,200 cars over the course of the first nine months of 2016 with the value totalling EGP 25.4bn. Despite a 16.5% year-on-year decrease, Korean brands continue to lead the market in total number of sales. A total of 37,140 cars were sold with the value amounting to EGP …

Ahmed Amer

Paris bans old gas-guzzlers

The streets of Paris are about to feel a little newer, and the air will feel a little cleaner. The French capital has issued a ban on cars registered before 1997 and motorcycles registered before 1999.

Deutsche Welle

Toyota recalls 6.5 million vehicles worldwide over power window glitch

Japan’s automaker has announced another mass recall, in a move that could further damage the company’s image. Toyota had already recalled millions of vehicles over an airbag defect. Toyota, the world’s largest car company, announced on Wednesday it was recalling 6.5 millions vehicles around the world after discovering a problem with the power windows. Around …

Deutsche Welle

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