The Gold Coffin of Nedjemankh was stolen from the Minya region of Egypt in the aftermath of the Egyptian Revolution in October 2011.
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On Sunday, EGX indexes bled heavily amid intense selling by Egyptians leading to market losses of EGP 31.5bn
Lenovo unveils Legion Y540, L-340 gaming laptops
Nothing less than a full transformation into a low-carbon economy to avert the impacts of climate change, says Ovais Sarmad
Swaziland is Africa’s most unequal country, followed by Nigeria, South Africa, Namibia
President Al-Sisi affirmed his interest in boosting cooperation with international institution to support development in Egypt, Africa
Increase in fertility rates, securing water resources represent long-term economic challenges
Egyptian Government clearly really ‘gets’ the social and economic value that a digital transformation can deliver, says Rahim
Egypt’s fiscal consolidation to continue, unemployment shrinking, GDP to record 5.5% in 2020: The Economist Intelligence Unit
The group regards itself as a community of values, with freedom and human rights, democracy and the rule of law, and prosperity and sustainable development as its key principles.
“Happy Yemen” sucked into quagmire of proxy wars, famine with no end in sight
The announcement defied analyst expectations, as in July the Egyptian authorities decided to go ahead with slashing fuel subsidies, lifting petrol and diesel prices by about 17-30%.
Trump’s adviser met Jordan’s King Abdullah
Monetary easing from Fed could help EM central banks to cut rates
Price recovery backed by supply tightening, future disruptions due to Gulf tensions, says IHS Markit
Egypt ranked second in among targeted inbound M&A countries with $721m
EU says that Turkey’s actions are unacceptable escalation, threatens sanctions
Landmark trade pact raises hopes for unified prosperous African continent
Institutional weaknesses, unfavourable external backdrop may weigh in on growth, inflationary pressure to rise, says the bank
New price for octane 80 petrol, diesel set at EGP 6.75, octane 92 petrol EGP 8, LPG cylinder to EGP 65
Online sales in Egypt on Black Friday are 940% more than any other Friday, average purchase amount $87
Egypt regional hub for Singularity University competition, aim to solve issues facing MENA, says Ghaleb
Bolton warns Iran against disrupting conference, UN Secretary-General stresses importance of realising two states vision
EGP 326.8bn for health and education, EGP 301bn for wages, EGP 149bn for food and commodities subsidies
“If applied, will end all previous Arab Peace Initiatives, will also end ‘right of return,’ other related causes,” says Cairo University professor
Deal of the Century to distribute the $50bn between Palestinian Territories with$27.81bn , Egypt $9.16bn , Jordan $7.36bn, and Lebanon $6.32bn
To be launched in 2020, backed by low-volatility assets including bank deposits, short-term government securities
FinTech forefront of financial inclusion in Egypt, we aim to process 2m transaction daily end 2019, says Nagy
Bernhard Schulte Shipmanagement (BSM) said on Friday that its chemical tanker Kokuka Courageous, which was attacked in the Gulf of Oman on Thursday, is being towed toward Khor Fakkan, in the UAE, with its crew back onboard. In a statement, the BSM said that the Kokuka Courageous “was now undertow and headed toward Khor …
“The opportunities in the field of natural gas in Egypt are the most attractive in the world, and they reflect the increasing investor confidence in the Egyptian economy,” Boyan added.