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University, other Chinese organisations sign three agreements for capacity building, says Al-Shehhi
China and Egypt are discussing new cooperation projects, Song Aiguo, the Chinese ambassador to Egypt, told Daily News Egypt, adding that the recent economic reforms taken by the Egyptian government are encouraging and still improving. Egypt is one of the most important countries in the region, he added, noting that Egypt has already started its …
One of potential sources of REE is phosphogypsum
Only shortcoming which Egyptian-Chinese tourism relations face is absence of controls for price reductions, says former tourism adviser at ministry
‘China has become world’s second largest economy, largest industrial country,’ says Chinese ambassador
We will establish joint peace, security forum with Africa, says Xiaodong
Company plans to launch 12 more satellites by 2020
Visit aims to discuss boosting bilateral financial cooperation, says Han Bing
Trade exchange up 29.3% over first nine months of 2018, says Han
Chinese market is promising, open to Egyptian products, but prescription is not easy
Egypt will host 14th meeting of COP14 on 17 November
Exchange of presidential visits between Egypt, China is great proof of strength of their bilateral relations
They aim to finalise contracts between Egyptian companies, Chinese importers shortly, says El Shorbagi
‘Owner’ of New Capital is ACUD with two shareholders, 51% is NUCA, remaining is army, capital is $10.3bn
China’s imports from Egypt jumped by 40.2%, reaching $1.22bn in 8 months
According to US government data, bilateral trade value estimated at $505bn last year, making it world’s largest trade relationship
Chinese companies’ dominance of mobile phone industry was not limited to smartphones, but extended to feature phones.
Oppo led Chinese top selling smartphone companies, with a market share of 22% of mid-range smartphone sales, whose prices range from $400 to $600.
Chinese companies take over the largest share of the sales of smartphones in Africa, where the total share of Chinese companies’ smartphone sales is estimated to be 59%.
Chinese smartphone companies control over a third of the sales of the Egyptian market, according to StatCounter’s index in August.