About 80% of entrepreneurs fail, that is why business incubators are very important
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The cost of training a single worker is 50,000
We aim to collect $100m (EGP 1.6bn) and $85m of them were collected this year.
We can compete abroad only by reducing the cost price, says director of the Metallurgical Industries Chamber at FEI
Cement workers in Egypt complained a lot about the industry situation and are waiting for real solutions, says Medhat Stefanos
Our main objective is to provide energy for everyone at reasonable prices, says Elham Ibrahim
About 820 million people suffer from hunger worldwide
The results of the Citizen Budget initiative encouraged introducing the participatory budgeting, says Sarah Eid
Chairperson of El-Sewedy Education, Ahmed Elsewedy, said that the university presents a unique model for developed educational services based on the latest educational methods. It hosts branches of international universities that allow for studying their most distinguished majors.
“We aim to increase our potato exports to over 65%, business volume to over $130m this year,” says Seddik
Manshiet El Nuba at Toud district declared as Virus-C free
Decent Life Initiative to eradicate poverty in 277 villages by 2020
Taxes account for 75% of state resources
Egyptian researcher returned to record Egyptian handicraft heritage for children, grandchildren
“Food and health security have become a priority for the political leaderships in Egypt and the Saudi kingdom,” Ebrash told Daily News Egypt.
In his remarks, he noted that Arab countries have comparative advantages that can be invested and integrated.
Egypt is witnessing unprecedented economic development, says Rashad
Collection of testimonies and experiences of parents as well as educators on homeschooling
Foreign workers suffer servitude in Qatar, while refugees in Turkey live in poor conditions, says Okeil
Council’s recommendations have been introduced in developing education
Egypt will not accept pressure regarding diversifying its weapons’ sources, says Major General Mahmoud Diaa
The Egyptian government targets a budget deficit of 7.2% and a GDP growth of 6.1% in fiscal year (FY) 2019/20, the Minister of Finance, Mohamed Moeit, said on Tuesday during an industry conference. During the conference organised by the Egyptian Center for Economic Studies, Moeit added that as the FY nears its end (June), there …
National Council for Women only cares about divorced custody holders
Conflict over diamonds, power, ravages continent
Pet ownership has been raising controversy among Egyptians, prompting the Parliament’s local administrative committee to discuss on Monday regulating pet ownership, especially dogs. Last week, a police officer in Rehab City was bitten by a dog at a security checkpoint, causing him severe injuries. Some parliamentarians supported citizens’ right to own pets, especially dogs for …
Israel behind attempt to remove Abbas, says spokesperson for campaign
We monitor the attempt to create another IS on Western borders
‘We expect incentives from state to encourage local assembly of cars after customs’ cuts’
Competition between countries is not by population numbers, but through innovation, increased production, scientific progress
Future is for service, IT sectors: Abdel Latif