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Negotiations to streamline Qatari investment obstacles underway

By Ehab El-Dobaby and Mohamed Ayyad Within the coming days, a number of officials and executive directors of Qatari companies operating in Egypt will engage in negotiations with the Egyptian government. The negotiations will hopefully streamline several conflicts pertaining to the investment contracts that were signed by these companies before the 25 January revolution. During …

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Amer Group’s profits slump in first half

Amer Group made EGP 126.79 million net profits during the first half of 2012, a 37.1 percent decline compared to EGP 201.435 million in the same period last year. Riad Refaat, Investors Relations Manager at the company, explained that the decline in profits is understandable given the current economic circumstances, particularly in the real estate …

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Real estate developers invest EGP 500m in New Cairo

The Council Director of the New Cairo District, Kamal Fahmi, revealed that 13 real estate development companies have benefitted from the financing leeway put in place during Prime Minister Ganzouri’s tenure, the facilitation for settling the outstanding debts for the lands acquired by the city. Fahmi stated that 13 companies paid EGP 500 million, which …

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Experts advocate real estate companies to partner up

By Ahmed Samir Political disturbances in Egypt affected investment in a number of sectors, particularly the real estate sector, which has suffered from a lack of liquidity and capital flow. Developers have begun to search for greater liquidity, either through joint ventures and partnerships or merging with other companies in order to increase companies’ capital. …

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Real estate companies on involuntary Ramadan hiatus

By Hamada Ismail With Ramadan falling during the summer this year, real estate companies are on hiatus, reorganising their plans and evaluating their accomplishments. Before Ramadan, 5 real estate expos were held, extending over 24 days. However, results disappointed companies and didn’t satisfy participants, given decreased client participation and weakened sales. Sales were expected to …

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Real estate companies adapt as Ramadan falls in their highest season

By Hamada Ismail Real estate companies extended their promotional offers to include the month of Ramadan in an attempt to support the relative growth the sector has experienced during the last several months. The offers included extended financing periods, lowered down payments, discounts for up-front payments, and gifts such as furniture. Traders in the sector …

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