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World Bank delegation to visit Cairo 

A high-level delegation from the World Bank is scheduled to visit Egypt within the next two weeks to review the regulations undertaken by the government to enhance Egypt’s business environment and activities. The review will then be published in the World Bank’s “Doing Business” annual report, said Minister of Investment and International Cooperation Sahar Nasr …

Mohamed Samir

Challenges that new ministers face

On 16 February, Prime Minister Sherif Ismail got parliamentary approval for the new ministers that he had chosen for the cabinet reshuffle. The reshuffle comes during a time that is seeing extreme instability of the economy. The new ministers will also have to deal with the heavy burdens that citizens face after the implementation of …

Hisham Salah

Five draft laws and money market development files are currently handed to Sahar Nasr business portfolio

Sherif Samy, chairperson of the Egyptian Financial Supervisory Authority (EFSA), said that five draft laws and money market development files are currently handed to the Minister of Investment’s Sahar Nasr business portfolio after assigning her the role of the competent Minister of EFSA. Samy explained that the money market is currently waiting for the approval …

Alia Stouhi

International Cooperation Minister heads first consultative meeting to discuss new UN strategic framework in Egypt 

Minister of International Cooperation Sahar Nasr held the first consultative meeting for national authorities on Sunday to discuss the new United Nations (UN) framework. The meeting was held with the participation of the UN resident coordinator Richard Dicts and representatives from 22 bodies, including the ministries of foreign affairs, justice, planning, local development and housing, …

Daily News Egypt

International Cooperation Ministry to increase support for Takaful, Karama programmes to include 1.7m families

Minister of International Cooperation Sahar Nasr said the government aims to achieve three key elements: boosting economic growth and GDP rates by working to create new jobs and support micro, small-, and medium-sized enterprises (MSME); supporting youth through training, rehabilitation, and skill development programmes; and eroding poverty and providing social protection for the most vulnerable …

Daily News Egypt