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Egypt’s second private-sector initial public offering (IPO) of the year, revitalising the country’s lacklustre IPO market, is the largest Egyptian IPO and has been since 2015.
El-Molla added on Wednesday that the government had no role in the bid, yet they welcome any new investment in the gold and mineral exploration sector.
The study will provide information on the investment required for replacement and renovation in line with the technology used at Dongfeng company.
Gold reserves decline, SDR countered FX hike, curbing net foreign reserves increase to $107m in November, according to CBE
Dialogue aims to consider all observations in the election-related bills, says Ashraf Rashad
Late on Tuesday, hundreds of protesters participated in demonstrations against the formation a proposed government, hours after the Lebanese outgoing Prime Minister Saad Hariri declared his support for the nomination of the Businessman Samir Khatib to become the country’s next premier.
Major environmental projects contributed to this achievement
Officials discussed benefiting from 4500 factories of minor and medium industries in 12 governorates
Both discussed enhancing bilateral cooperation in trade, investment sectors
Inauguration of 20 purification plants with capacity of 5,000-10,000 cm³/da
Iraq’s President Barham Salih received on Wednesday, the Egyptian Ambassador to Iraq Alaa Moussa at As-Salam Palace in Baghdad, where he conveyed a message from Al-Sisi expressing his full support for security and stability in Iraq.
The funds are within the $3bn agreement framework between Egypt and ITFC that was signed in January 2018.
Negotiations to be resumed in Sudan
FM discussed the Libyan situation with UAE counterpart and Vice-President of the Libyan Presidential Council Fathi Al-Majbari in separate meetings
Interest relief plan to re-operate 5,184 closed factories, industrial activities to be financed with EGP 100bn at 10% interest rate
The blocks include a giant mud brick with engravings dating back to the New Kingdom. The mission is directed by the Ministry of Antiquities, the Georg Steindorff Egyptian Museum of the University of Leipzig, and the Applied Sciences Mainz University.