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Face-to-face appointments available following online appointment bookings, precautionary measures remain in effect
The contractual nature of PPPs acts as a powerful incentive to ensure that this long-term perspective is put into practice: the public sector can no longer procure infrastructure assets while failing to maintain them properly. At the same time, the private sector has incentives, as their capital is exposed to performance risk, to design and build these assets taking into account the costs of longer-term maintenance and renewal.
Egypt implemented several economic reforms since July 2014
We hope to re-operate the group’s factories with EGP 50m, but a number of banks refused
Our target is to increase the company’s capital to reach EGP 250,000, says CEO
630 employees and their families are threatened
Urgent plan to solve energy cut-off crisis next summer through two foreign companies established by Egyptian armed forces
Earlier this year SODIC agreed to pay EGP 900m to the Egyptian government over seven years after reevaluating the East town project in Cairo.
British PM urges Al-Sisi to “ensure human rights are respected in Egypt in the fight against extremism”
Government scraps “added” tax to provide excess liquidity to traders and to facilitate transactions. Estimated proceeds of the stock market and wealth tax is EGP 10bn
Lebanon, Tunisia, Bulgaria, Lithuania, Qatar and Kuwait are among the world’s lesser developed markets and are outperforming more mainstream emerging markets
Most importantly, this year’s stars, such as Facebook and Netflix, actually make money.
Discuss use of $1bn Turkish aid, two countries to develop an industrial zone in Egypt says prime minister during visit
Why Morsy is Behind Egypt’s Dollarisation Crisis
The banks as well as the stock market are ready to implement electronic signature technology, which is to be inaugurated by November, capital market expert, Moustafa Badra, told the Daily News Egypt. An electronic signature can be as simple as a typed name or a digitised image of a handwritten signature; it can facilitate the …
By Hend El-Behary The Ministry of Finance has received offers equating to EGP 2.5 billion for the first Floating-Rate Note (FRN) ever issued in Egypt. The move comes in the context of the ministry’s strategy to diversify public debt instruments, according the ministry’s press release. FRN are bonds with a variable interest rate. The adjustments …
The Euromoney Egypt Conference 2012 will now be held on 9 and 10 October at The Fairmont Towers Hotel, Heliopolis. Euromoney confirms that HE Dr Hisham Kandil will open the conference. Other government speakers include the Minister of Finance, Minister of Investment and Minister of Communications and IT. Political leaders from many parties will also …
By Islam Serour Beltone Financial, a leading assets management company in Egypt, has formed a joint-venture company with the African asset management house Altree Capital, dubbed Altree Beltone Capital Ltd. Beltone Financial Holding, which reportedly ranked as the principal asset manager during the first half of 2012, is seeking to empower its position in the …
By Islam Serour Newly appointed Minister of Industry and foreign trade, Hatim Saleh, met with Industries Union (IU) board members, headed by Dr Galal el-Zorba, for the first time yesterday. The purpose of yesterday’s meeting was to outline the main problems the industrial sector is facing, and for the heads of different sectors of the …