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Steel magnate was released from prison on bail after major convictions against him were overturned on appeal
Expanded plans for military in new company suggests security and privacy implications
As part of CSR programme, Barclays Bank aims to bring greater banking awareness to youth and train nurses for government hospitals by end of 2015
Ahmed Ezz to appear in court over unpaid EGP 10m in taxes
Former steel tycoon and NDP figure Ahmed Ezz completes bail procedures
Steel tycoon still facing charges
Steel magnate Ahmed Ezz released until next court session.
Talal Abu Ghazaleh is the chairman and founder of the Talal Abu-Ghazaleh Organisation (TAG) and is known for promoting the concept of intellectual property rights in the Arab world. A Palestinian refugee, whose life is governed by “the principle of the blessing of suffering, for suffering can become the greatest blessing”, Abu Ghazaleh was granted a scholarship to study at the American University in Beirut (AUB), and he was the first student to get a scholarship from United Nations Relief and Works Agency (UNRWA).
Media and rights studies group files a lawsuit calling for transparency in radio stations creation process
Both companies failed to extend to the Agency documents it requested for review in the case against Egypt’s three largest mobile carriers, Mobinil, Etisalat and Vodafone
Chambers of Commerce say deal threatens retail market and hurts competition
The World Economic Forum (WEF) issued its annual global competitive report, showing that Egypt’s competitive rating slipping 13 places to 107th place. The Egyptian market, in the view of many economic experts, lacks discipline and transparency. The price of goods and services’ do not represent actual patterns of supply and demand, in addition to other …
The government plans to re-enforce article 10 of the Competition Protection and Monopoly Prevention Act (CPMPA), according to Minister of Industry and Foreign Trade Hatem Saleh. The Citizens Against Price Rise Association (CAPRA) recommended reviving article 10 of CPMPA, which stipulates that the prime minister has the right to set the price of one commodity …
By Mohaammed Aly Ibrahim, former editor of the Egyptian Gazette and AlGoumhoria newspapers For decades Egyptians were kept on a tight rein. Our leaders used “democracy” as chewing gum before TV cameras then threw it away upon leaving interviews or press conferences. Either in dictatorship or in the incumbent so-called democracy, the concept of people’s …