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China: Egypt’s advancement towards the East on the chessboard

A significant part of Egypt’s move towards the East to check Western influence is China. President Abdel Fattah Al-Sisi gave a speech before the Egyptian-Chinese Business Council in China late December, inviting Chinese investors and companies to actively participate in the Economic Summit. “This population is now inviting you to form a serious partnership and have …

Aya Nader

Solar energy best investment in Egypt: HECSOLAR Chairman

The best investment opportunities in Egypt are in solar energy, Wang Weiting, Chairman of High Equal Circle Solar Technology Co. Ltd. (HECSOLAR) told Daily News Egypt Thursday Evening. Sending a message to President Abdel Fattah Al-Sisi and the Egyptian people, Weiting said on the sidelines of the Economic Summit in Sharm El-Shaikh, that he is …

Menna Samir

Russian would not lobby Egypt to cut ties with the EU, Professor of Political Economy at Cairo University says AFP Photo

What Egypt and Russia want

Egyptian-Russian relations have been cold for around 40 years, but as Putin visits Egypt, the foreign policy game is changing for both countries

Aya Nader

Egyptian-Chinese Business Council formed

Minister of Industry and Trade Mounir Fakhry Abdel Nour issued a decree Monday stipulating the formation of the Egyptian-Chinese Business Council, headed by Ahmed Al-Sewedy. The decree stipulates in its second article, that the head of the Egyptian side of the Council will issue a semi-annual report on its efforts and activities to the Minister …

Daily News Egypt

Euromoney Conference: Egypt eyes more southeast Asian, Gulf tourists

The Egyptian Tourist Authority (ETA) seeks to attract more tourists from Asian and the GCC (Gulf Cooperation Council) as visitors from these countries have largely stayed away since the 25 January Revolution due to political unrest. The authority will focus on Chinese and Indian markets as they represent two of the world’s fastest growing economies. …

Daily News Egypt

Guilt or competition? Winning the Cyber Espionage War

By Michael R. Czinkota During the Cold War, the Allies protected Germany’s Fulda gap against a possible Soviet invasion. In today’s environment of cyber vulnerability, surely all major parties have developed a plan of defence against cyber aggression. If not, they should do so. Yet even good plans may not fulfill the hopes of their …

Daily News Egypt