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The flotation of the Egyptian pound has increased the cost of construction
The Information Technology Industry Development Agency (ITIDA) organised workshops, attended by more than 80 representatives of foreign and local companies, to offer packages and incentive programmes designed by the authority in coordination with the Ministry of Communications and Information Technology. The workshops are meant to cover the industry’s needs such as circuits designing and manufacturing …
EPS completes preparation of Banban report in 10 days
The German consultancy firm to conclude the review of contracts in three weeks; contracts to be sent to investors by late January 2017
Through a group of mentors, investors, and project directors, the programme aims to establish a base of young successful entrepreneurs in the business market
Floating hotels are licensed to navigate, which proves their safety, says expert
Indian investors are expanding their businesses in Egypt, new products will keep entering the market, says Sanjay Bhattacharya
To activate this step, the regulatory rules for funding activities must be modified separately from the Capital Market Law’s executive regulations
Business communities decide on future of investment law amendments; the ministry is ready with new law
Founder and chairperson of Ousta Nader El-Batrawi said his company was able to secure a $1.25m bridge investment round on Sunday for capital increase.
Deals include acquisition of food and beverages company worth more than EGP 1bn
30 companies to review with the minister the problems facing feed-in tariff projects
Manufacturers rely on the informal market for US dollars, and securing 25% of industrial sector needs would stabilise US dollar exchange rates
Nintendo shares have taken a deep dive after the company warned the Pokemon Go mania would only have a limited impact on net profits. Investors had been hoping for a big leap forward in the months ahead.
Georgia calls for housing investments in luxury, middle, and low-income housing, says embassy economic adviser
Investor confidence in Germany has hit its lowest level in nearly four years due to anxiety over Brexit.
Priced high to begin with, Line shares shot up even further in value in its first day of trading. The chat app’s emojis have made it a hit in Asia, and investors seem confident that it’s success will spread.
Shares in Japanese gaming giant Nintendo have extended their week-long rally as investors ride the coattails of the Pokémon Go craze sweeping across the globe, with an estimated 65 million user already playing the game.
Investors are now paying to own German bonds, as they flock towards safe havens amid Brexit fears and turbulent stock markets. The ECB’s quantitative easing program further pushes down interest rates on sovereign debt.
The Egyptian real estate market will not be affected by Brexit in the short term, says Badr El-Din
In quick succession, three funds have called a halt to an outpour of capital, joining three others. The UK’s long-booming real estate market has become a leading source of worry for its financial system post-Brexit.
German carmaker Volkswagen and US authorities are expected to reach a settlement agreement, which might make it clear for the first time how much the “Dieselgate” emissions-cheating scandal would cost the company there.
Germany’s institutional investors are looking to the future with a great deal of hope. A leading economic think tank said its closely watched confidence barometer jumped unexpectedly despite Brexit fears.
Region has investments exceeding EGP 15b represented in list of hotels and resorts that are under construction
In his interview with Daily News Egypt, Saad said that the government will offer a total of 49m square metres
Market capitalisation of listed stocks increased by 2.2% this past week
Fears of stocks tumbling are making investors so desperate that they are willing to lose capital to protect their investments
State monopoly’s on land offerings is behind price increase, says EBA chairman at CityScape conference
EFSA to reconsider procedures governing GDR profits, repatriation, double-entry stocks
Approximately 46% of participants said they believe oil will not rise to $100 per barrel again. Some 42% expected that it will reach that level only by 2025