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By Mohamed Abdel Monsef Egypt’s wheat imports were not affected by the US and EU economic restriction on Russia’s grain exports, according to Abdel-Salam Gomaa, President of the Agricultural Professions Syndicate. In statements to Daily News Egypt, he said the global production of wheat this year amounts to 775m tonnes. He added that the amount …
Egypt is the tenth largest natural stone quarry producer in the world and the second largest exporter of marble blocks
Yet the value of imports and exports to the EU rises, reports Egyptian International Trade Point
Export halt from Syria, Iraq, Libya, Tunisia, Yemen, and Turkey creating crisis, says Helal
The inauguration of the Qustul Border Crossing represents a starting point for Egyptian products to begin entering the Sudanese market as well as the markets of other African countries, according to Minister of Industry and Trade Mounir Fakhry Abdel Nour. Sudan’s road network links the country to most other countries of eastern and central Africa, …
The new intensives are related to the percentage of local component while SMEs still suffer
The official noted that the contracted amounts of gas exports to Jordan are 255m cubic metres of gas daily.
Egyptian exporters exclude Libyan market from their plans and fear failure from Libyan side to fulfil contracts
Government should support firms to increase their quality and productivity in order to export
Exports continue to rise for the second consecutive month, after a series of dips during the first five months of 2014
The Ministry of Industry made an early announcement for a new programme to support exports starting in early July.
The company aims to raise exports of member states in light of industrial expansion in Arab countries
Three-month deadline for importers of complete cars, one month for importers of spare parts to meet requirements
Egypt’s exports to the UK went up by 21% in 2013, says former UK Trade and Investment Director
Ministry of Trade and Industry and Commercial Office in Amman intend to increase trade between Egypt and Jordan
Egypt’s Food Export Council aims to increase exports from EGP 20bn to EGP 40bn by 2020
Investors welcome the move to reduce energy subsidies, but ask government to protect the poor from expected price jumps through social programmes
Egyptian companies are looking for opportunities to enter the Jordanian market as Syrian crisis cut trade between the latter two
HSBC forecasts a modest pick-up in export growth to over 4%
Central Bank of Egypt: current account deficit retreated by 45% to reach $ 5.6bn from $10bn
EU revokes export licenses to any equipment used for internal repression
The shipping line, run and managed by the Sisa Shipping Company, connects the Iskenderun port in Turkey to Adabiya in Port Said, was suspended this week.
British government revokes five export licences to Egypt in light of ‘changing situation’
Abbas said output was now running at about 20,000 barrels per day (bpd), compared with 380,000 bpd before an anti-regime uprising erupted in March 2011.
Egypt’s cattle trade partner is investigating evidence implicating the inhumane slaughter and treatment of Australian cattle in Egyptian slaughterhouses
Egyptian National Gas had allegedly asked the jointly owned Israeli-Egyptian East Mediterranean Gas Company (EGM) to cancel the agreement.
Minister of Petroleum, Osama Kamal, refused to comment on the matter
By Tim Reid Turkey has hung out its ‘for sale’ sign at just the right time to grab the attention of Arab investors who are in the market for new destinations to deploy their record energy revenues. A new Turkish real-estate law came into effect in May making it easier for Arabs to buy property …
No dignity for an investor in his home!
By Basma Tharwat The drought that recently hit the United States and Russia, the largest wheat exporters in the world, triggered fears of a global price rise of the strategic commodity. One of the world’s largest wheat importers, Egypt is expected to suffer greatly as a result. Noamany Nasr Noamany, Vice President of the General …