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It also sheds light on the importance of collaboration between the private sector and non-governmentalorganisations, aiming to create opportunities for young Egyptians, while providing them with the right tools and skillset to become future leaders.
This was always the way with the most controversial president in the American history, who represents a political riddle for both Democrats and Republicans. Ironically, till the present moment, the Democrats have little understanding of how he won the elections of 2016
China remains the world’s biggest trader in goods, achieving a 2.8% increase in the first three quarters and more than RMB 22.91trn in total value
What has quite apparently thus far so considerably delayed the implementation of the 23 June 2016 referendum’s results, are of course its economic implications over which no consensus seems to be reachable
More than 11,000 scientists endorse six steps to address climate emergency
Tele-metric monitoring system implemented by the ministry allows remote shutdown of solar power plant
The press lost its basic services after its decline in quality and the absence of press analysis and live coverages, Al-Sannawi
Misr Italia Properties’ 41-feddan project, La Nuova Vista, in New Cairo has set new standards for the real estate market, he added. The project is fully implemented and already inhabited by residents featuring vast landscape areas for nature lovers, covering 90% of the project area.
Egyptian companies have experience in establishment, operation, and maintenance of stations: Asran
Company to complete new solar project in Sinai before year-end
Project costs amounted to $200m, international institutions involved in funding
Country’s efforts toward financial inclusion are outstanding, says Elgibali
The bank is considering increasing investments in African continent during Africa Forum 2019
President said extremism and terrorism will never discourage Egyptians from moving towards a better future
The event brought together scientists, policy makers, academics, innovators, diplomats, women organisations, and gender experts, within the framework World Science Day for Peace and Development (WSDPD) and the EU Gender Champion Initiative.
This competition aims to identity Egyptian start-ups with a high potential for growth having the ambition to become the next leaders of the digital transformation in three priority sectors of cooperation between France and Egypt: Health, Fintech and Sustainable Cities.
Egypt will start the qualifiers facing Kenya and Comoros on 14 and 18 November, respectively.