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Egyptian delegation to visit Britain in June to follow-up on investment coordination between two countries, says El-Yazal
Industrial zone will be constructed over 5,115 feddans and will include 12 industrial complexes
Mixed year for efforts of city’s start-ups, but optimism about coming year rides high
Egyptian president met with leading Chinese tourism companies in Beijing
Japanese tourist travelling 12,000 km to visit Greece will also be able to visit Egypt without any additional costs according to new agreement
Government sources confirm sufficiency of Russian tourism in Egypt, despite tumble in value of rouble
EU is source of over 50% of foreign direct investment, constituting over 40% of total European direct investment per Mediterranean countries
Sudan is now adopting the open door policy for investments
Egypt is the tenth largest natural stone quarry producer in the world and the second largest exporter of marble blocks
Ministry is focusing on market exits and bankruptcy, says Abdel Nour
Global logistics centre to start in December, commercial and shopping area project to start soon
Targeted trade volume between both countries is over $5bn
Both countries seeking to increase volume of trade to $5bn, says minister of industry and foreign trade
Minister of Supply says the project covers the construction of five investment and industrial zones for grains and food commodities with a total land use of 1.7m metres.
The Egyptian government made a decision not to renew the agreement with turkey after it ends in April 2015.
Emirati firm will construct commercial and shopping area over 4.2m square metres
Egyptian consultations in China to attract investments, Egypt to be export centre for Chinese technology firm
Private company to supply EGP 2bn to build chain of hypermarkets as part of plan to expand local trade markets in collaboration with supply ministry
Africa and Europe search for an elusive agreement
System to be implemented tracking all steps from farm to final product to meet export requirements for EU markets
Exportation targets of the Ministry of Planning conflict with those of Ministry of Industry and Foreign Trade
The project will include the creation of a transmission line to transfer gas between the two countries at peak times for each country at a maximum of 3,000 MW.
Flow of investment between the two countries also declines 61.7%, CAPMAS
Egyptian exporters exclude Libyan market from their plans and fear failure from Libyan side to fulfil contracts
Government should support firms to increase their quality and productivity in order to export
Abdel Nour to handle SMEs while Al-Araby takes on administrative development
Ministry of Investment to be separated from the Ministry of Industry and Trade, the minister noted.