Brotherhood leader Gamal Heshmat called on families to refrain from sending relatives for compulsory military service following latest Sinai attacks
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Government works to attract investments of between $6bn-$8bn by the end of 2015 to push reserves growth
By Semanur Karaman and Sara Katrine Brandt This has to stop. Ever since the regime change on 3 July 2013, the international community has been watching the preposterous persecution of active citizens, merely for expressing dissent or calling for political reform in the country. The level of absurdity in criminalising voices of dissent reached a …
TAQA Arabia has alliances with US and Greek companies to set up two plants with 150 MW in electrical capacity
630 employees and their families are threatened
Agreement prioritises projects developing ‘1m acres’ in West Minya, Toshka, Al-Farafrah, as they represent agricultural integrated urban communities, says El-Kawish
“After the 25 January Revolution, I saw how people kept getting manipulated in the name of religion, so I saw it is the perfect time to start working on it,” says writer
“Our songs discuss issues for the first time in Arab music history,” says band
Ministry of Tourism working to increase tourist flow to Egypt by 20% by end of year, bringing tourist numbers up to 12 million
B-Tech intend to increase capital to EGP 250m-EGP 300m during 2015 through new financial institutions, says B-Tech CEO
NOOR is among the first companies that introduced Internet to the Egyptian market.
The episodes of the new cartoon series have been extended to 12 minutes each
By Ahmed El-Wahsh With the inauguration of President Abdel Fattah Al-Sisi to the presidential palace, one of the key highlighted sectors that needed up turning and nutriment was Egypt’s economy. On 11 February, the International Monetary Fund (IMF) announced that it had started witnessing a “turnaround” to the Egyptian economy, eight months into Al-Sisi’s reign …
By James M. Dorsey A stampede at a Cairo stadium earlier this month, much like a politically-loaded football brawl in the Suez Canal city of Port Said three years ago, is shining a spotlight on Egypt’s unreformed, unabashedly violent, and politically powerful police and security forces amid confusion over what precisely happened and how many …
By Mohammed Nosseir There is no doubt that the United States of America is by far the most controversial nation among Arabs. Consecutive US Administrations have somehow managed to cultivate an intense love-hate relationship with millions of Arabs. The valid question ‘Why do they hate us?’, raised in the wake of the 9/11 attacks, can …
3 January: Clashes between pro-Morsi protestors and security forces leave 17 people dead and dozens injured in cities across Egypt, including Cairo, Giza, Ismailiya, and Fayoum. 14-15 January: Egyptians vote in a referendum on the new constitution. Voters overwhelmingly approve Egypt’s new constitution, with 98.1% voting “Yes”. The turnout among eligible voters was 38.6%. 24 …
Hatem Dowidar has led Vodafone Egypt for a five-year period which has been the most difficult in the history of the telecommunications sector in the Egyptian market, facing major challenges and unprecedented changes.
The bank achieved a rate of return on equity of 19% in comparison with the same period in 2013, in addition to an increase in the rate of return on assets which rose from 2.5% to 3.1%.