FINANCE & ECONOMY

16 Aug 2014

Egypt: IDSC - Egypt Tops Comesa's 2012 Exporters

Egypt ranked first among member states of the Common Market for Eastern and Southern Africa (COMESA) in terms of exports achieved in 2012, rising from second in 2011, the Cabinet said.


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16 Aug 2014

New Suez Canal project to offer 1 mn jobs: Official

The new Suez Canal project -- aimed at expanding the existing vital waterway -- will completely eradicate unemployment in Egypt as it will offer nearly one million jobs, an official said Friday.


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16 Aug 2014

Charity projects by Kuwaiti office in Egypt lauded

Kuwait's ambassador to Egypt Salem Ghassab Al-Zamanan, has lauded efforts by the Cairo-based Kuwaiti Office for Charity Projects (KOCP), for its activities almost covering all the Egyptian governorates.

Following a visit to the KOCP, an affiliate to the Kuwaiti Zakat House on Thursday, Al-Zamanan told KUNA, that Kuwait is disposed to offering help and...

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16 Aug 2014

Egypt cracks down on human rights groups

On Aug. 12, a special delegation from Human Rights Watch was to visit Cairo. However, Egypt's government had other plans.


The organization was to deliver a briefing alongside the release of its comprehensive report on the Egyptian security forces' “clearance” of Rabia"......

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16 Aug 2014

Moral economics and development in Egypt

Egyptian economic problems are challenges that necessitate mobilising the maximum response forces of Egyptian society at large. The situation makes it imperative that positive cultural values, key factors in economic development, be encouraged. These cultural values could markedly change"...

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16 Aug 2014

Text of Egypt’s 11-point ceasefire proposal

The Egyptian newspaper al-Shorouk on Friday published what it said were the 11 clauses of a ceasefire deal Egypt has proposed to Hamas and Israel:

Israel will halt all attacks on Gaza — by land, air or sea."...

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16 Aug 2014

Modern scientific analysis: Mummies in Egypt began long before Age of Pharoahs

The earliest evidence of mummification in Egypt suggests that the practice of wrapping bodies to preserve them after death began around 1,000 years earlier than thought, said a study Wednesday. The study in the journal PLOS ONE is the first to describe resins and linens used as funeral wrappings dating back as far as 3350 to 4500 BC. Historians have long believed...

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16 Aug 2014

KP1M humanitarian aid leaves Cairo to Gaza

The 1Malaysia Putera Club Humanitarian Aid Mission left for Gaza through Rafah at 9 am local time (2 pm Malaysian time) Saturday, which was delayed by eight and a half hours than earlier planned.


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14 Aug 2014

Egypt targets India, key European markets in tourism push

Tourism ministry grants Indians visas upon arrival and looks to reopen cultural tourism with key European countries.

Egypt's tourism ministry says it will initiate an international campaign in October to promote the country's tourism sector, hit hard by three years of political turbulence. First up is a decision by the foreign ministry to grant Indian...

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