Ashraf El-Araby called on the acceleration of implementing the stimulus projects in order to generate revenues in the current fiscal year.Read More →
The culture of rumours and speculations in Egypt can tempt us to abandon our logical thinking. Take, for example, the resignation of Beblawi’s government—this was a move that took many by surprise, but it shouldn’t read the rest…Read More →
Economist says low supply of foreign currency responsible for continued market slumpRead More →
Following the abrupt resignation of Prime Minister Hazem El-Beblawi’s government, Egypt’s newly appointed Prime Minister Ibrahim Mehleb is tasked with what seems to be a mission impossible. The new PM indeed faces several humbling challenges read the rest…Read More →
New cabinet to be formed within the next three to four daysRead More →
Former petroleum minister discusses issue in a meeting with the governmentRead More →
Ministry of Health says 12% of hospitals participated in the seventh partial strike of the year; Doctors’ Syndicate says 80%Read More →
27% of Egyptians rated the current cabinet performance as “good”, while 20% rated it as “bad”.Read More →
Government expenditure policies exacerbated budget deficit and increased demand for cash needed in circulation, CBE saysRead More →
The formation of a new government comes after weeks of horse-trading and is the cornerstone of a roadmap to end a political crisis that has plagued Tunisia since the assassination of two opposition MPs in 2013.Read More →
Another anniversary passes by, as Egypt remains stuck inside the loop of political transformations that began on January 2011. Much has changed since that Tuesday where a few thousands took to the streets defying Mubarak’s read the rest…Read More →
Anti-Coup Alliance claims voter turnout “only reached 8%”Read More →
Gap between lowest and highest earning employees to be closed from 491% to 311%Read More →
The guide includes details on the share that each governorate will receive from the government’s stimulus package and the sectors that possess its largest portion.Read More →
On Wednesday 25 December 2013, the Muslim Brotherhood organization has been declared a terrorist group by the government. Columnists have been debating the announcement and how it affects the political scene and the Muslim Brotherhood. read the rest…Read More →
The banking sector has been a source for filling financial gap of public authorities through granting them loans. Although experts stated that this initiative may be “politically motivated”, they stressed that banks always have reserves for loans.Read More →
By Dr. Cesar Chelala The election of Hassan Rouhani’s as Iran’s President seemed to signal a dramatic change in policies regarding the previous government of Mahmoud Ahmadinejad. However, while portraying an image of moderation overseas, serious read the rest…Read More →
20% of Egyptians rate the performance of El-Beblawi’s government as good, while 19% rate it as bad.
60% of Egyptians expect their living conditions to be better in the upcoming year compared to the previous one, while 7% expect them to be worse.
Legal struggle between Nile University and Zewail City over contested land remains pendingRead More →
Royal Institute of International Affairs examines interim government performance, post revolution economy political participation and IMF developmentRead More →
An analysis of two sections of the six sections of the draft constitutionRead More →
Government interest in the sector fades and Central Bank postpones new initiativesRead More →
The government’s application of cloud computing requires further time and investments, Gadallah said.Read More →
In this column we have often discussed the past and the present, so let’s for a minute discuss the future. Make no mistake, this is not a column about hopes and aspirations and dreams of read the rest…Read More →
Baseera opinion poll on the government’s performance and Egyptians’ living standards
22% of Egyptians feel the Prime Minister’s performance has been good, and 18 % feel it has been bad.
58% of Egyptians feel safe at the end of October, compared to 66% at the end of September and 27% at the end of August.
Railway crossing workers detained for four days, El-Beblawi says “it’s not the first time this has happened”Read More →
Despite the government’s commitment to reduce the budget deficit to nine percent by the end of the current fiscal year, new challenges such as the new minimum income law are emerging.Read More →
Law would see 420% to 600% increase in monthly salaries for government employed medical professionalsRead More →