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Construction site in the New Minya district

New Minya offers lands to investors

The New Minya City Administration is preparing to offer several pieces of land designated for residential, commercial and leisure purposes in a sealed-envelope public auction next month.

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Egp 200m sought for malls projects

The Ziad Company for Real Estate is seeking to make EGP 200m in sales from the Haram Plaza and Pyramiza Malls in Giza. The director of the Ziad Company for Real Estate, Ziad Abul Hagag, said that his company is marketing the Ha- ram Plaza mall in Giza, a 5-floor, 800 me- ter complex. He …

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Brotherhood and military split debate

Review: This week’s Egyptian columnists sought to understand the maladies of the past and the dominant institutions of the future, Islamists and the military junta.

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Baffling public opinion

By Alya Essam In the space of one week, Egypt’s political map has been in a state of constant flux, with only one institution standing solely to represent the state. Major political developments rapidly alter the scene. Egypt’s public opinion is lost in a general mood of perplexity. Only two days before the presidential elections run-off, two strong verdicts issued by the Supreme Constitutional Court …

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84 feddan for industrial investment in Nahda

By Badawy Shalaby Engineer Mufeed Shawqy Cairo Governorate Director of Investment, confirmed that the preparation of 84 feddan in the Nahda area for investment is underway, as is the process of drawing the plot’s borders with the armed forces’ Military Factory 18 and the Qalyubia Governorate authorities. Shawqi noted that the land is des- ignated for …

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Kiteboarding girls in Gouna - Photo by Dave Cooper

Women who harness the wind

The group of girls kiting together, all wearing bright pink lycras was an incredible sight as they drove each other on and really went for it. The jumps were equally spectacular to the crashes but that was all part of the learning and the fun.

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Edfa3ly.com, a small startup that boomed

Edfa3ly.com allows buyers to order products from US websites and then the company purchases and ships the items to Egypt in exchange for a commission on the value of the purchase

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Incubators for IT startups

The best thing in the early stages of this kind of investment is for a venture idea to first develop in incubators until the idea matures, finds some success and begins to feel its way towards growth.

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G20 summit on world economy

European members were under extraordinary pressure from their international counterparts to loosen the straitjacket of their austerity programs and to allow the European Central Bank to open the lending floodgates.

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Islamic financing to expand

Managing Director of Taamir Mortgage Company to Daily News Egypt: The company will be ready to offer Islamic financing in the second half of the current year

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Ahmed Ezzat Al-Masry al-Youm

Elections of disappointment

As the second round of Egypt’s first presidential elections after the 25 January 2011 revolution draw to a close on Sunday, Columnists and opinion writers of various Egyptian newspapers attempt to analyze the political situation with only a few hours before the newly elected president is announced. Egypt continued with its presidential elections in the absence of parliament …

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The Euro cup: A Coping Mechanism

I decided to give myself a break from both work and the revolution and headed to a nearby coffee shop (ahwa) to gaze at England playing Sweden, just as I would have in the years before politics became the new football with presidential elections as the premier league

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Currency market witnesses stable dollar exchange rate

By Inaam Al-Adawy A drop in price is to be expected post election results. The presidential election has cast its shadow on the local exchange market, pushing the dollar to relative stability amidst expectations that it will fall with the announcement of the election result and the subsequent stabilization of the political situation. Ali Al-Hariri, …

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General Rules

CAIRO: As thousands head back to Tahrir Square to save the “revolution,” each from their own perceived nemesis, the millions (reluctantly) watching the spectacle on their TV sets might as well have been living in a different time and place. Apathy is a powerful emotion, and one that is increasingly dominating the mood in Cairo. …

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Obama’s popularity abroad on the wane, survey finds: Poll

By AFP WASHINGTON: US leadership has lost some of its luster abroad, suggesting President Barack Obama can’t count on as much global euphoria as he gears up for a fierce reelection campaign, a new survey found Thursday. The report card was particularly dire from Serbia and Iran where approval ratings for the White House were …

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Egyptian protesters take long walk to Tahrir

By Tamim Elyan / Reuters CAIRO: A group of Egyptians are marching 125 km (77 miles) along a major highway to Cairo to take part in a demonstration in Tahrir Square, stretching the boundaries of the country’s flourishing culture of political activism. Fifteen activists decided to walk from their hometown of Suez across the desert …

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That old tax magic

By Simon Johnson WASHINGTON, DC: Tax time in the United States — the dreaded mid-April deadline for filing annual income-tax forms — has come and gone. The system, Americans have been reminded, has become painfully complex, with many a loophole through which one might try to squeeze. The fear of an audit by the Internal …

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Resolving the niqab issue in Tunisian universities

By Lotfi Radhouane Chebil TUNIS: Recently at a university in Tunis, a female student approached her professor after class and told him that she had decided to wear the niqab, which covers the female body, face and head, to class. After some discussion on the topic, the professor said that he respected her decision and …

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