Ericsson partnership set to bring high-speed internet services, flexible billing options to 30 million Mobinil subscribersRead More →
Microsoft: We take our responsibilities for protecting our clients’ privacy seriouslyRead More →
Blackouts return to Cairo with overloaded summer electric consumption; Ministries collaborate on means of rationalizationRead More →
Experts: Good step, but no impact on cash reservesRead More →
Refugees leave their homes for fear of death, often with little more than the clothes on their backs and their hands in their pockets. Escaping the horrors of a civil war that has engulfed their country for two years, thousands of Syrians have made the journey by land, sea and air to find themselves in Egypt; a nation which despite its own extreme economic malaise has opened the gates to provide them with a safe haven in which they can endure the storm.
This is not the case, however, for the Palestinian-Syrian refugees who have also come seeking refuge from the storm, only to find themselves in a barn without a roof.
Daily News Egypt investigates how Syrian refugees survive in Egypt, and how Palestinians are all but forgotten.
Morsi pointed that the primary goal is to stop importing wheat in four years.Read More →
Experts attributed lack of confidence to insecurity, expensive living and political uncertaintyRead More →
Ministry of Health: Don’t drink something you don’t knowRead More →
E-commerce was only recently introduced in the Egyptian market and has picked up steam from the success of a number of companies which rely on the internet and social networks to promote their products, yielding bigger profits quickly and at smaller costs.Read More →
Minister of housing: Suez Canal development plan needs EGP 140bn annuallyRead More →
€40m to build third phase of Cairo MetroRead More →
Finance Ministry advisor: Sukuk not affected by Egypt’s recent credit downgradingRead More →
Alleged ‘pyramid scheme’ companies managed from Egypt, India, and SudanRead More →
Fayyad Abdel Moneim is a former economics professor at Al-Azhar UniversityRead More →
No livestock trade between Australia and Egypt since August 2012, says ministerRead More →
As new hotel opens in Hurghada serving no alcohol, hotel groups call for reconsidering ratings systemRead More →
Around 150 complaints of sexual harassment against tourists received by Ministry, including three rape casesRead More →