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Tabarak Holding launches ‘Ninety Avenue’ at Cityscape

Daily News Egypt interviewed Tabarak Holding’s Chairman Ali El Shorbany to discuss the company’s latest projects and its participation in Cityscape Exhibition. What is the value of Tabark Holding’s targeted investments by the end of 2015? The company is planning to pump investments of EGP 2bn over the next year (2016), as we are willing …

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Hill International’s business volume in Egypt reaches $12bn

Hill International is a project management firm that manages mega public, private, infrastructure and industrial projects in Egypt. Daily News Egypt interviewed Hill International North Africa Regional Director, Walid Abdel Fattah,to discuss their projects. What is the total business value managed by Hill International in Africa and in Egypt? Hill International manages 48 projects in …

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Weakening outlook for global economy amid fears over China: Merrill Lynch Survey

Merill Lynch, the Bank of America’s (BofA) wealth management division, released on Tuesday the results of its Fund Manager Survey for August. It showed a weakening outlook for the global economy amid fears over China, recording low sentiment towards emerging markets and the energy sector. While the concern over a Chinese recession continues, global investors …

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Egyptian Resorts Co achieves $ 21.4m net profits in H1 of 2015

The Egyptian Resorts Co achieved a profit in the first half (H1) of 2015, reporting net profits of EGP 167.5m ($21.4m) compared to EGP 21.3m ($2.7m) in losses in H1 of 2014. However, over the first quarter (Q1) of 2015, the company’s net profits reached EGP 3.2m, marking a 73.4% decline compared to the same …

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The Suez Canal: Strong international competition to other waterways

Over the past 10 years, the Suez Canal has taken a large portion of the vessels crossing the Panama Canal through the maritime route between Asia and the eastern coast of the US. Despite the shortness of the route through Panama, shipping companies prefer the Suez Canal due to its larger capacity, the economic consultant …

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