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Political movements and leaders condemn “interference” by the United States in decision-making process
Former SCC judge moderates a roundtable discussion on legal implications of the Tamarod petition movement
Investors report that it can take several weeks for legitimate transfers to be executed
Workers in the retail sector say prices for most products have increased significantly in recent months, due to increases in the price of the US dollar.
Despite the optimism, the current political insecurity and the unsettled International Monetary Fund loan are seen as contributors to the weakening of the pound against the dollar.
Yemeni tribe abducts two Egyptians to pressure the Yemeni government to meet their demands
Al-Muntada Trust Fund accused of funding Islamist organisation Boko Haram
A United States business delegation arrived in Cairo yesterday for a four day visit to discuss economic cooperation to bolster the ailing economy through developing the private sector. The US chamber of Commerce and the US-Egypt Business Council (USEBC) will lead, in collaboration with the American Chamber of Commerce in Egypt (AmCham Egypt), a business …
By Ibrahim El-Masry Minister of Planning and International Cooperation Ashraf Al-Arabi said the government is considering drafting a new law to regulate the flow of foreign capital to Egypt whether in investments or funding for non-governmental organisations (NGOs). Speaking during a public session of the Shura Council that tackled the issue of foreign grants and …
Bahrain activists found guilty of “conspiring to overthrow the government, having contact with foreign entities, and violating provisions of the constitution”
By Islam Serour Newly appointed Minister of Industry and foreign trade, Hatim Saleh, met with Industries Union (IU) board members, headed by Dr Galal el-Zorba, for the first time yesterday. The purpose of yesterday’s meeting was to outline the main problems the industrial sector is facing, and for the heads of different sectors of the …