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CAPMAS also stated that the rate of enrollment in university education in the Arab region is 32.52% for males, 33.51% for females, compared to 31.65% for males, and 32.32% for females in Egypt.
The labour force estimated at 28.4 million person in Q3 compared to 28.1 million people in the previous quarter, an increase of 1.2%. The urban labor force reached 12.4 million individuals and the labour force in rural areas reached 16 million individuals.
The total number of students enrolled in higher education reached 3.104 million students during the academic year 2018/19, compared to 2.985 million students during 2017/18, an increase of 4%.
The CAPMAS report added that food products index recorded reached 149.97 in August
It aims to provide favourable climate for SME growth, says Gamea
World Habitat day was approved by the United Nations General Assembly for the first Monday of October annually, aiming to provide access to adequate shelter as a basic human right. The day also serves as a reminder of the world’s responsibility to shape the future.
Some experts suggest citizens cannot yet feel decline due to other services not included by CAPMAS
According to CAPMAS, the unsettled protesto cases decreased by 37.3% to 12,500 cases in 2018, down from 19,935 cases in 2017.
The CAPMAS explained in its annual bulletin of births and deaths statistics in 2018, that the sex ratio at birth in Egypt is still the same as it was in 2017, which is 105 male /100 female.
G7 net investments in Egypt up 5.7% in H1 of FY 2018/19
The announcement defied analyst expectations, as in July the Egyptian authorities decided to go ahead with slashing fuel subsidies, lifting petrol and diesel prices by about 17-30%.
Egypt’s exports hiked by 1.6% in May, reaching $2.68bn
According to the bulletin, the deficit value of the trade balance reached $4.15bn during March 2019, versus the $3.77bn for the same month of previous year, which is an increase of 10.1%
Road accident casualties decrease by 48.0% during 2005-2017
It explained that the manufacture of food products reached 108.72 in March, up from 93.22 in February, an increase of 16.6%, due to higher contracting and supply and higher quantity of ground wheat.
In the private sector, the average weekly wage amounted to EGP 877 in 2018, compared to EGP 779 in 2017.
Production values for chemicals and its products reached EGP 28.8bn for Q3 of 2018, compared to EGP 14.8bn for Q3 of 2017, an increase of 94.4%, due to increases in detergent and fertiliser production as well as an increase in market demand.
Unemployed individuals reached 2.267 million, with 2.5% decline compared to Q4 of 2018
This year’s theme is “Families and Climate Action: Focus on SDG” to highlight the role played by families and family policies in advancing Goal 16 of the sustainable development goals (SDGs).
Egypt trade deficit reached $3.63bn in February 2019, versus $3.72bn in the same month of the previous year, a decrease of 2.7%.
Egypt’s annual consumer price inflation dropped to 12.5% in April 2019, compared to 12.9% in April 2018, according to Central Agency for Public Mobilization and Statistics (CAPMAS) on Thursday. The CAPMAS said that the monthly inflation rate increased by 0.4% in April, recording 308.1 points, compared to 307 points in March. Furthermore, the CAPMAS attributed …
Egypt’s Manufacturing and Extractives Dependence Index – excluding oil and gas products – decreased by 9.7% in January to 121.78, down from 134.83 in December 2018, the Central Agency for Public Mobilization and Statistics (CAPMAS) announced on Sunday. In sector terms, chemicals and chemical products’ manufacturing index increased by 5.2% to 144.36 in January 2019, …
Foreign investments in T-bills reached $7.5bn in 2016/17, compared to $19,000 in 2015/16
Exports hike by 2.1% in same period, says CAPMAS
Vegetables, poultry, milk, cheese, eggs push monthly inflation to 1.8% in February compared to 0.8% in
Prices of vegetables, cereals, bread pushes monthly average inflation up by 0.8% in January, against decline of 4.1% in December 2018
Growth is due to a rise in aquaculture
Egypt’s self-sufficiency rate of rice reached 94.2% in 2017, with an average rice consumption per capita of 38.7 kg versus 34.7 kg in 2016, an increase of 11.5%,” the Central Agency for Public Mobilisation and Statistics (CAPMAS) announced in its annual bulletin of production movement, foreign trade, and available agriculture commodities for consumption in 2017. …
Increase in revenues came mainly from energy sector due to rise in international oil prices, pound flotation
Census aims to provide complete picture of structure, characteristics of various economic activities, their geographical distribution: Barakat