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The Anuga exhibition 2015 is held on an area of 280,000 sqm. Around 7,000 exhibitors from about 100 countries will participate in the exhibition, including 25 Egyptian companies working in the sectors of juices, dairy products and various food industries.
Banks are keen to loan to SMEs; now however is not the right time due to the high unpredictability in the economics in Egypt, says Levari Law Founder
Germany’s new ambassador to Egypt, Julius Georg Luy, assumed his position last month as a successor to Hansjörg Habar
German Chancellor Merkel has said that Turkey’s proposal for a “safe zone” in northern Syria may risk the lives of refugees housed there. Her statement comes as Germany struggles to cope with the migrant influx.
Egyptian president to give interview to US news network PBS
World leaders have adopted a set of development goals to eradicate extreme poverty by 2030
The company behind its namesake peninsula is planning to open three new hotels in the next three years
There is no doubt that Germany’s stakes went up when it opened the door to become a new welcoming home to more than a million refugees, particularly from Syria. Unlike what many believe, among those refugees there are many who are not Syrian. Merkel opened the door to a million refugees, knowing very well …
Chris Fleming’s Germany side are out of the EuroBasket championships after defeat to Spain in Berlin. The home crowd almost witnessed a brilliant fightback, but NBA star Dennis Schröder missed a late free throw.
The way they unearthed Lenin’s buried head couldn’t be more different: Filmmaker Rick Minnich dug it out within two days; Berlin’s Spandau Citadel faced years of bureaucratic hurdles to get it for an exhibition
The German diplomat similarly provided different visions to solve Egypt’s struggles with bureaucracy and competition.
There is a lot at stake in Germany’s clash with Poland on Friday, to qualify for next year’s Euro 2016 Championships
As Germany grapples with an ongoing refugee crisis, delegates from around the world are also meeting in Bonn to negotiate a new climate treaty
The thousands of refugees pouring into Germany every day could offer Europe’s largest economy an opportune solution to plug the ‘gray gap’ in its aging workforce. But integrating the new arrivals could be costly
Frankfurt piled more hurt on Stuttgart with a 4-1 win, while Cologne overcame Hamburg. And Bayern Munich showed Leverkusen who was boss with a 3-0 home victory that wasn’t as close as the scoreline suggested.