The top court in the British overseas territory also ruled that it can keep the ship for a further 14 days as it interviews the, mostly Indian and Pakistani, crew to determine whether or not it was attempting to flout European Union (EU) sanctions against bringing oil to Syria.
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National roads project Shubra-Banha highway: 40 km, costing EGP 3.3bn. The north-eastern part of the regional ring road: 33 km, costing EGP 3,350bn. Farafra-Ain Dallah road: 90 km, costing EGP 412m. Minya-Sheikh Fadl-Ras Ghareb road: 55 km, costing EGP 423m. Bridges Banha axis within the northern part of the regional ring road at a total …
This decision will increase exports to both markets by up to 25%, says minister of trade and industry
New project aims to trade up to 1m tonnes of grain by year’s end
US online giant Amazon has said it’s shipped a record number of items globally for the Christmas holidays. Sales were boosted especially due to the retailer’s Prime service offering faster delivery options.
Passengers and crew were saved shortly after the ship capsized
Legislation to regulate customs transactions and control all ports to eliminate smuggling and prevent entry for non-compliant goods
Ministry of Trade and Industry and Commercial Office in Amman intend to increase trade between Egypt and Jordan
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Mohab Mameesh, chairman of the Suez Canal Ports Authority, stated that the canal was safe, and that in the worst case scenario, shipping lines would be secured by the Armed Forces and Ministry of Interior.
Egypt has been “gripped by two revolutions in the last three years” followed by a change in the economic system, said Al-Qadi
The cargo was then trucked to Adabiya Port in Suez, where it was shipped via the Rose Garden shipping liner to Dhiba Port in Saudi Arabia.
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.
Promises by Dubai management of Ain Sokhna Port have not been met and Egyptian employees have resumed strike
The demonstrators at the counter protest opposed the closure of the port.
As yet unknown but presumably well organised group responsible