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Website to connect irregular labourers with civil society, businesspeople to find alternative income sources
The Chamber released an Excel sheet form for each tourism establishment to complete electronically, instead of doing so in person at the Chamber’s headquarters, identifying employee data. The chamber announced Monday as the deadline for receiving the employee data.
Supreme Council of Universities urges social media users to seek accuracy in circulating news
Transportation Ministry to increase number of metro trains to ease crowding
Speculations were based on a pre-print manuscript which was rejected by scientific journals
Health Minister reiterates from Beijing that no cases are confirmed in Egypt, except a foreigner
COVID-19 death toll reaches 2,600, infects 80,000 so far
4% increase in non-oil exports during January, says minister of industry
Mercedes will likely reach an agreement over establishing logistics zone in SCZone before March
Compensation includes ownership of arable lands, housing unites
Cabinet accepted legalising 90 churches and affiliated service buildings nationwide
The reshuffle brought back ministry of information after five years of abolishment
The total number of regulated churches churches in Egypt is now 1322 out of 5,000 unlicenced churches and service buildings
Most of the new governors have military or security backgrounds
3-10 ministers related to public services are expected to be replaced, says MP Mohamed Badrawy
The grant aims to recruit consultants to help the National Railways of Egypt in transforming the current shipping business unit into a separate firm with administrative autonomy and has commercial relations with other units of the railway.
Conference will be held under ‘Cyber Security in Era of Digital Transformation’ slogan
In a statement released by Egypt’s cabinet, Madbouli asserted that there is a mandate from President Al-Sisi to develop Cairo through moving state administrative headquarters to the New Administrative Capital, turning Cairo into historical, cultural, tourist city.
The meeting witnessed the presence of different ministers with the aim of delivering a message to the world that Egypt is moving toward new horizons through expanding in cities and establishing new communities.
Stamp tax on EGX at max of 10% of profits, says ECMA chairperson
Amendments approved by concerned authorities to be discussed in parliament on Tuesday, says source
Officials called on media websites to seek accuracy before publishing baseless news
Project comes within ‘1.5 Million Feddan’ project, with EGP 5bn estimated cost
56-article-law aims to protect consumers in Egypt from greed practices
Bill to be applied to public sector companies, care homes, foster care, schools, kindergartens, private hospitals
MSMEDA, CBE coordinated to unify their definitions in draft law, says Gamea
Case dates back to 2011 when sit-in organised at cabinet headquarters
Egypt’s Cabinet has approved during a meeting on Wednesday a new draft law regulating consumer credit activities. According to a cabinet statement, the draft law contained provisions in 30 articles regulating all activities which provide financing for the purchase of goods and services for consumption purposes in Egypt. “This law protects the productive, service, and …
Egypt’s government headed by prime minister and acting minister of housing, Mostafa Madbouly, has been considering a required preparation for President Abdel Fattah Al-Sisi’s visit to China this September, as well as forthcoming economic and trade cooperation. Al-Sisi is scheduled to meet his Chinese counterpart, Xi Jinping, as he will be attending the Forum for …
The new law will impose sanction of imprisonment and a fine of not less than EGP 100,000