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Greece could surely use some economic growth – badly. But how? An evaluation of more than a hundred studies has revealed that public investment, even on credit, may just hold the key to long-term success. First of all, no one doubts that Greece is in need of fundamental reforms. It requires better administration, less corruption and more competition. It is…
Ibrahim Mehleb will meet Abdullah Al-Thinni to discuss developments in the Libyan crisis
CBE only covers requests for strategic goods despite lack of alternative local technological products, says importer
After Al-Sisi’s apology to lawyers, journalists demand clear stance on press freedom
President of Syrian Coalition discussed upcoming dialogue and Syrian refugees during Cairo visit
Egypt has closed the border crossing for a month, after deadly attacks in the Sinai Peninsula claimed the lives of 30 Egyptian security personnel
Cooperative housing units have access to a cooperative loan of EGP 50,000 for every unit with a 5% interest rate over 20 years
Statements follow reconciliation initiative proposed by a Brotherhood figure recently released from prison
Egypt is a member of the Friends of Syria group, which is made up of countries that oppose Syrian president Al-Assad
590m cubic feet of gas reduction for fertiliser and cement
The country ranks 150 out of 186 countries on the 2013 UNDP’s Human Development Index, which measures countries based on income, life expectancy and education.
Thousands of Egyptians stuck at the Libyan-Tunisian border area have been evacuated
Egypt’s official statistics agency reported that public transportation fares would increase up to 7%
After taking over parts of Iraq, the Islamic State in Iraq and the Levant (ISIL) announced the establishment of a Caliphate or Islamic State
The presidential hopeful’s economic plan relies on state budget, banks, and investors to finance its projects
Arrested group include 2 underage Egyptians, 18 Syrians
Four NGOs warn that decision will have “devastating consequences” on health and economy
Reuters – The world’s financial leaders are likely to discuss possible risks to Europe’s economy from the crisis in Ukraine, but there are no plans to mention it in the final document from their Washington meeting, two G20 officials said. Finance ministers and central bankers from the Group of 20 developed and emerging economies will …
Government’s efforts to “stall” the implementation of a court verdict favouring the university “harm Egypt’s reputation,” says Arab Network for Human Rights Information
A study conducted by the two groups showed that only 10 remained, less than a year after a coup touched off a deadly cycle of sectarian violence.
The decision comes as many inside the strip are unable to gain access to medical care
The bank also raised its outlook for inflation.
On the agenda of the summit is the strengthening of Europe’s economic and monetary union
Dozens of cars idled outside the Azbakiya petrol station in a lengthy queue that wrapped into side streets in a bid to avoid blocking traffi
Rafah border crossing, which connects the Gaza Strip to the outside world has been shut for 10 days
Ministry releases several “clarification points” on the recent report in a statement
The bad news for America’s worried friends is that new stalemates over budgets and borrowing are looming early next year.
Talks in Geneva take place as the number of Syrian refugees has crossed the two million mark
The country’s largest union confederation called on the Islamists and the secular opposition to agree on a date next week for a “national dialogue” aimed at ending a crisis sparked by the murder of a prominent opposition MP in July.
Zewail City turns down solution sponsored by Minister of Higher Education and offers alternative solution