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NGOs suggest nothing has changed in lack of socio-economic rights despite subsequent change in leadership
Media adviser to the interim president says that Mansour will meet political factions soon
Economic experts weight in on the effects of ongoing violence
Despite a slump in the food market, prices of the basic food commodities are stable and items are available in large quantities.
Ministerial economic group to take measures to combat rising prices of consumer goods and food
Egyptian charitable organisation were also hit by the Egyptian economic crisis
EGX 30 experiences collective decline of stock market indicators as trading closes on Sunday, reaching 4915.96 points
Revolutions in Middle East and North Africa are chance to correct restrained markets, says de Soto
Egyptian Centre for Economic and Social Rights releases report demonstrating social and economic rights violations ahead of UN evaluation of Egypt’s adherence to the International Covenant on Economic, Social and Cultural Rights
The agreement stipulated that the United States Agency for International Development (USAID) provide Egypt with $190m of the $450m of aid it is expected to receive from the United States.
Labourers will march to Shura Council to demand their rights
Part of plan to increase Egyptian exports to new markets
The E-Finance company hopes to increase the number of benefit card users to 4.5m by the end of 2013, with plans to release 10,000 cards next week.
Local manufacturing in Gaza could decrease Egyptian exports, expert warns
For sake of economic stability, Nader Bakkar calls for year-long truce.
Al-Adl absorbed in to Al-Dostor, El-Baradie maintains leadership
Kremlin hoping for major economic gains by playing a regional role
Russia, Iran and Iraq may support the Syrian economy, despite of the revolution and international sanctions