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NBE and Banque Misr provided $800m in the past few days to release goods in ports, says El-Sewedy
Government is committed to adjusting market to mechanisms of free market and provide dollars of strategic goods withheld at customs, says Ismail
Some of the 10 specifications concern headlights, tyres, door locks, and speed metres, amongst other items.
Banks activate automated “Model 4” to determine real importing demands
Marine pipeline will be established to Aphrodite field within three years
Import duties enforced to protect local industry from global price fluctuations says Prime Minister
Agreement will change Egypt to an international logistics centre that collects, stores and trades grains, says report
A petroleum ministry delegation visited London, and secretely met Noble and Delek representatives, says official
Decisions are new beginning for re-structuring customs as a whole, says ECA
Arafa held meeting with petroleum officials to discuss importing gas from Tel Aviv to Egyptian plants, official says
Pilot prices for European products rang between fact and fantasy, agents complain about excessive customs values
By Mohamed Abdel Monsef Egypt’s wheat imports were not affected by the US and EU economic restriction on Russia’s grain exports, according to Abdel-Salam Gomaa, President of the Agricultural Professions Syndicate. In statements to Daily News Egypt, he said the global production of wheat this year amounts to 775m tonnes. He added that the amount …
Egypt is the tenth largest natural stone quarry producer in the world and the second largest exporter of marble blocks
The inauguration of the Qustul Border Crossing represents a starting point for Egyptian products to begin entering the Sudanese market as well as the markets of other African countries, according to Minister of Industry and Trade Mounir Fakhry Abdel Nour. Sudan’s road network links the country to most other countries of eastern and central Africa, …
Government should support firms to increase their quality and productivity in order to export
Egyptian government struggles to contain discontent of BG Group, which had to stop supplying Egyptian gas for export because of fuel shortage
The Ministry of Commerce is targeting increased Egyptian non-petroleum exports during the coming period and is beginning a new programme to support exports at the start of July, according to Abdel Nour.
Three-month deadline for importers of complete cars, one month for importers of spare parts to meet requirements
The tender will be awarded before the end of the year for the gas supply to begin in January 2015.
EGAS has yet to sign with two oil companies to supply 12 shipments of LNG, due to the lack of necessary funds.
Ministry of Trade and Industry and Commercial Office in Amman intend to increase trade between Egypt and Jordan
The minister estimated that savings to be achieved from the new bread subsidy system in the canal governorates will amount to 30% of the total subsidies provided.
Egyptian companies are looking for opportunities to enter the Jordanian market as Syrian crisis cut trade between the latter two
As Syrian crisis harms trade with Jordan and refugees put pressure on its food supply, country is looking for new import partners
Egypt looking to secure gas supply during the coming years to keep its power plants running
The Adabiya Port of Ain Sokhna will no longer be receiving coal
The Ministry of Trade and Industry announced the 12-month ban on fully built-up units alongside a three-month prohibition on the import of components.
Egyptian-Saudi Council Chairman Abdallah Bin-Mahfouz revealed that the Saudi side proposed the amendments to the interim President Adly Mansour at the GCC Economic Forum held in Egypt.
Fifth WOP to highlight GCC’s booming edible produce trade accounting to 54% of total Middle East imports
Central Bank of Egypt: current account deficit retreated by 45% to reach $ 5.6bn from $10bn