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Holding company for Egyptian airports cites 4.8 % decline in air traffic, but also points to a Bid to restore Cairo Airport status in Africa amid visits from international lenders
The Energy Information Agency (EIA) has predicted that natural gas production in the US will continue to grow at an impressive pace. Right now output is close to 70bn cubic feet a day and is expected to reach over 100bn cubic feet per day by 2040. The trend is likely to continue without hitting a …
The organisation has completed a study assessing the potential wind energy development in the western area of the Nile
DNE Chairman Mostafa Sakr discusses Egypt’s telecom industry with HansVestberg, President and Chief Executive Officer of the Ericsson Group
The potential for a golden age of gas comes along with a big “if” regarding environmental and social impact. The International Energy Agency (IEA)—the “global energy authority”–believes that this age of gas can be golden, and that unconventional gas can be produced in an environmentally acceptable way. In an exclusive interview with Oilprice.com, IEA Executive …
Daily News Egypt interviews Ahmed Ezz’s lawyer
Dutch journalist Rena Netjes speaks to Daily News Egypt about charges, consular assistance, and her departure from Egypt
DNE interviews IDRC President Dr Jean Lebel and Regional Director Bruce Currie-Alder
DNE interviews Middle East and North Africa Program Coordinator at Committee to Protect Journalists
DNE interviews Students Against the Coup spokesman
Egyptian universities have been under the spotlightdue to the escalating violence since the beginning of the school yearas a reaction to the military backed transition in power. Egypt’s Student Union (ESU)President Mohamed Badran has been under fire for his statements and his political stances. He was able to win the elections against the candidate of …
Mobinil Managing Director Ive Gotieh stressed the need to settle all monetary disputes with Telecom Egypt before the latter will provide mobile services. Gotieh stresses that this action will help to maintain “fair competition in the domestic market.”
We have been working with the three major mobile operators on projects ranging from network optimisation to device design and production: Qualcomm
Shaib revealed that the Egyptian General Petroleum Corporation had been negotiating a loan of US$2 billion before the revolution in order to meet its dues owed to partners, but negotiations ceased after the upheaval.
Restoring security and amending registration and pricing rules are vital to attracting investments, says El Sharkawy
Company will offer “Oley” and 2014 models of “Vita 2” and “Dream” in Automac-Formula exhibition in March
Negotiations on investments are underway for insurance sector to fund national projects
The company is considering entering the lending market and financial intermediation
The restructuring of MIHC set up two companies: Misr Property Insurance and Misr Life
Novartis’s vice-president also called for the Ministry of Health to formulate a clear system to guarantee the delivery of modern and innovative drugs as quickly as possible and at the appropriate prices.
Independent unit to manage small- to medium-sized projects will be launched before the end of this year
New mortgage and savings certificate products were released during the last quarter
The International Finance Corporation is willing to finance public-private-partnerships centred on infrastructure, says regional director
Import duty solution does not take into account the fact that consumers bear the costs of company and state failures
Presidential envoy discusses Egypt’s historic right to Nile water and its role in the region
We are suffering from a post-January 25 mess and the politicization of criminal law in investment disputes, according to economic and legal expert Hani Sarie-Eldin
I have a video of the full ceremony, which I will publish at the right time to exonerate myself: Mohamed Youssef
Market share for smartphone is around 70%.
Over 800 Egyptian employees work in the Beni Suef Samsung facility.
Samsung aspires to expand its export capabilities from Egypt to reach the GCC areas then Europe.
Starting next year, Samsung will make more investments to increase the manufacturing lines such as the panel assembly line
You can’t blame the political turmoil entirely as a reason. What we are experiencing here is a weakness that was in the Egyptian economy before 2011.
Mining, machine manufacturing and training are among the top sectors German investors would be interested in.
Sector to grow by about 10% in 2013/2014
Forecasted investments slid from EGP 20bn to 24bn due to political turmoil in first-quarter
Ministry aims to broaden room for competition
Integrated phone license to be issued by year end
Ministry guarantees justice to all parties involved in license
Abu Shadi: We are determined to win the war on vendors’ inflated prices
The ministry will create the competition that forces vendors to sell for less
The ministry plans to complete 100 silos this fiscal year
Egypt awarded 7 silos, will issue tenders for 8 this month, and 10 next month
Rice exports are halted until sufficient amounts are secured for domestic consumption
Suresh Narayanan: We have 3,000 employees of which over 99 percent are Egyptians
Fire at Banha facility led to “significant” losses which the company recovered
Nestle Egypt to launch new annual projects to expand the company’s capacities and create more jobs
Wadi sees up to 20% growth in revenues this year
Mono-calcium phosphate project to kick start by January 2014
Wadi Fish to export sea bass to Europe next year
The group to expand in Africa by late 2014