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03 Jul 2014

Five MoI Ramadan Councils to Kick off Tomorrow in Dubai

The Ministry of Interior (MoI), represented by the Law Respect Culture Bureau at the General Secretariat of the Office of H.H Deputy Prime Minister & Minister of Interior, will be launching five legal Ramadan Councils on Friday in Dubai. These councils complement the initiative that"...

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03 Jul 2014

MoI Women Ramadan Council Recommends Revision of Retirement Age Based on Family Needs

“Women and leadership support” was the topic of the Women Ramadan Council, which was organized by the Ministry of Interior (MoI), represented by the Law Respect Culture Bureau at the General Secretariat of the Office of H.H Deputy Prime Minister & Minister of Interior, at"...

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03 Jul 2014

United in Prosperity Ramadan Council Reviews Renaissance and Development Projects

United in Prosperity; Modern Infrastructure was the topic of discussion of the Ramadan council hosted by businessman Mohammed bin Nasser Al Shafi Al Hajri in Abu Dhabi. The council, which is part of the initiative launched by the Ministry of Interior, represented by the Law Respect Culture"...

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02 Jul 2014

02 Jul 2014

Al-Sisi imposes new taxes on Egyptians at home and abroad

President Abdel Fattah Al-Sisi agreed on a law to impose income taxes on both resident and non-resident Egyptians on their commercial, industrial and professional activities abroad, to encourage them to make Egypt “the centre of their activities”.


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02 Jul 2014

Government unlikely to succeed in price control efforts: Former IMF official

The government is unlikely to succeed in controlling anticipated price jumps in markets, goods, and services vulnerable to such abnormalities in the wake of petroleum subsidy cuts in the new budget, unless it takes measure to protect the poor, said Fakhry Al-Faky, former Assistant to the"...

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02 Jul 2014

Finance ministry considers modifying system for cabinet wages: Minister

The Ministry of Finance plans to submit a bill to regulate the wage system for the cabinet, according to Minister of Finance Hany Kadry Dimian, who said the current system of wages is more random than organised.


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02 Jul 2014

Electricity subsidy increases come to pay value of fuel consumed by stations: Energy expert

The government’s decision to raise electricity subsidies the budget for the 2014/2015 fiscal year (FY) was made in order to pay for fuel from petroleum ministry stations, according to Mohamed Al-Sobki, former chairman of the Energy Research Centre.


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02 Jul 2014

Egypt calling for resumption of Nile dam talks: Ethiopia

An Ethiopian official said Tuesday that Egypt had called for the resumption in mid-July of tripartite talks – to also include Sudan – to discuss Ethiopia's ongoing construction of a multibillion-dollar hydroelectric dam on the upper reaches of the Nile.


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02 Jul 2014

Gas shortage puts brake on several petchem projects in Egypt

Several petrochemical projects in Egypt are facing delays due to a shortage in natural gas supplies and the authorities are now focusing on projects that utilize naphtha, Minister of Petroleum Sherif Ismail said.

"The country is suffering from a shortage in gas supplies, which has affected completion of some petrochemical projects, on which work had...

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