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09 Oct 2014

IMF: Only 5% of Egypt's firms use banks to finance investment

The International Monetary Fund (IMF) said that only 5 percent of Egypt's firms use banks to finance investment, by far the lowest share among the world. The IMF’s paper titled “Toward New Horizons— Arab Economic Transformation amid Political Transitions,” published earlier this week, explained that lack of access to finance is a major...

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09 Oct 2014

Egypt and South Africa to promote tourism ties

Egypt and South Africa have decided to promote cooperation in tourism sector. A meeting was held between Egypt’s Tourism Minister Hisham Zaazou and South Africa’s Ambassador to Egypt Noluthando Mayende-Sibiya to take means of promoting tourism cooperation between both countries.

The meeting comes within the framework of the Tourism Ministry’s...

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09 Oct 2014

America should support Egypt's economic renaissance

The events of Jan. 25, 2011 ushered in a new era for Egypt, one filled with great hope, but also great uncertainty. The result was that just as Egyptians were grappling with the fundamental questions of who they were and what kind of society they wanted, they were also facing a period of"...

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09 Oct 2014

8 lessons from Egypt in building a cleaner chemicals industry

In previous blogs, I have looked at the impacts of the chemicals sector and innovations like green chemistry. But how do we share the technologies that are making the chemicals sector more sustainable, especially in rapidly emerging countries?


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09 Oct 2014

Egypt's pound steady on official market, weaker on black market

Egypt's pound held steady at a central bank dollar sale on Wednesday, which the bank said sold $37.4 million at a cut-off price of 7.1401 pounds per dollar, unchanged from the last sale on Thursday before an extended holiday.


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09 Oct 2014

Social Support Centers’ Staff Members Trained on Investigation of Child Abuse Cases

The Social Support Centers Department at Abu Dhabi Police organized a training course on the essentials of child abuse investigation. The course, held in coordination with the Training Department, was attended by 14 officers and concerned social workers. The trainees were acquainted with"...

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09 Oct 2014

Manufacturing World Osaka 2014 Ended with the Greatest Success!

932 exhibitors & 35,991 visitors are under one roof!


Manufacturing World Osaka 2014


Reed Exhibitions Japan Ltd., the show organiser, has announced that Manufacturing World Osaka 2014 held from September 24 (Wed) - 26 (Fri), 2014 at INTEX Osaka, Western Japan’s"......

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09 Oct 2014

World first: OT Announces Availability of First Payment Card Integrating Dynamic Security Codes to Secure Online Transactions

Oberthur Technologies (OT), a world leader in digital security solutions for the mobility space, today announced that it is launching the first payment card integrating dynamic Card Verification Value/Code (dCVV/dCVC) technology from NagraID Security (NIDS) in order to secure online transactions."...

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09 Oct 2014

Italian Military Attaché Reviews ADP Security Support Section’s Tasks

Lieutenant Colonel Di Lucci, Military Attaché at the Italian Embassy in the UAE, reviewed the tasks and workflow at the Security Support Section at Abu Dhabi Police. Lieutenant Di Lucci expressed his admiration of the rapid response of the security support patrols to the various reports"...

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09 Oct 2014

Abu Dhabi Police: Blatant Negligence Caused Naziha’s Death

The Abu Dhabi Police blamed the death of the four-year-old Indian schoolgirl Naziha Lal Ahmed, who was left alone in her school bus to blatant negligence and failure to comply with school transport guidelines and child safety requirements. The police also unveiled that the bus is not designed"...

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