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30 Jul 2015

Egypt: Irrigation Minister Lauds Sudan Efforts for Solutions Regarding Ethiopia's Dam

Irrigation Minister Hossam Moghazi has praised efforts exerted by Sudan to bring closer views of Khartoum, Cairo and Addis Ababa regarding Ethiopia's Renaissance Dam.


Egypt, Sudan and Ethiopia have agreed to respect the outcome of a study that will be conducted by an international consultancy office, Moghazi said"......

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30 Jul 2015

Egypt's tourism revenue up 3.1% year/year in first half

Egypt's tourism revenue rose 3.1 percent in the first half of 2015 compared with the same period last year, the tourism minister said on Wednesday.

Tourism revenue rose to $3.3 billion in the first half from $3.2 billion in the same period last year, while the total number of tourists rose 8.2 percent in the"...

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30 Jul 2015

133m cubic metres of gas, oil equivalent daily to power stations: EGAS

Various areas have witnessed power outages over the last few days, despite the 1,200 MW surplus in electricity production, and the pumping of approximately 133m cubic metres of gas and oil equivalent daily by the Egyptian Natural Gas Holding Company (EGAS) for the upcoming period due to"...

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30 Jul 2015

Mobinil’s consolidated losses shrink 73.6% in H1 of 2015

Mobinil, one of Egypt’s three mobile operators, recorded a decline in the amount of consolidated losses for the period ending 30 June 2015, representing the first half (H1) of the current year.


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30 Jul 2015

Investment Ministry receives 100 governorate projects for ‘Upper Egypt Development’ Conference

The Ministry of Investment has received a list of approximately 100 projects from Upper Egypt, to be debuted in the “Upper Egypt Development” Conference to be held in September in Hurghada.


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30 Jul 2015

Egypt's military economy

What pushes millions of respectable citizens to go to the streets and risk being hit by an army of riot police?


In Egypt, a country of approximately 84 million people, one person in four lives"......

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30 Jul 2015

Egypt bans tuk-tuks in central Cairo

The governor of Cairo banned on Wednesday the passage of tuk-tuks through central Cairo's streets, issuing a fine of 1500 Egyptian pounds for whoever violates the ban.


The decision encompasses the districts of western Cairo, Azbakeya, Abdeen, Moski, Waili, Bab al-Shaeriya, Boulak Abul Ela and downtown Cairo, as"......

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30 Jul 2015

Bitter feud between Turkey, Egypt undercuts U.S. hopes for Middle East

Two of America’s linchpin allies in the Middle East are bitterly feuding, complicating the Obama administration’s hopes of confronting Sunni Salafists and containing the ambitions of Shiite Iran.


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30 Jul 2015

The Iran nuclear deal: New economic opportunities for Egypt


In recent decades, Egypt and Iran have not played nice. This mutual enmity has been pervasive, trickling down even into the traditionally menial world of town planning decisions. In 1981, the nascent Islamic Republic of Iran named a Tehran street in honour of Khalid Islambouli, the chief"...

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30 Jul 2015

Egypt: Improving Access to Sanitation Services for More than 800,000 Poor Egyptians in Rural Areas

A new project in Egypt will improve sanitation services for more than 800,000 poor Egyptians in the Nile Delta where there is need to increase access to water, waste disposal, and health services. The US$550 million program approved by the World Bank’s Board of Directors today focuses"...

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