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Market share for smartphone is around 70%.
Over 800 Egyptian employees work in the Beni Suef Samsung facility.
Samsung aspires to expand its export capabilities from Egypt to reach the GCC areas then Europe.
Starting next year, Samsung will make more investments to increase the manufacturing lines such as the panel assembly line
You can’t blame the political turmoil entirely as a reason. What we are experiencing here is a weakness that was in the Egyptian economy before 2011.
Mining, machine manufacturing and training are among the top sectors German investors would be interested in.
Sector to grow by about 10% in 2013/2014
Forecasted investments slid from EGP 20bn to 24bn due to political turmoil in first-quarter
Ministry aims to broaden room for competition
Integrated phone license to be issued by year end
Ministry guarantees justice to all parties involved in license
Abu Shadi: We are determined to win the war on vendors’ inflated prices
The ministry will create the competition that forces vendors to sell for less
The ministry plans to complete 100 silos this fiscal year
Egypt awarded 7 silos, will issue tenders for 8 this month, and 10 next month
Rice exports are halted until sufficient amounts are secured for domestic consumption
Suresh Narayanan: We have 3,000 employees of which over 99 percent are Egyptians
Fire at Banha facility led to “significant” losses which the company recovered
Nestle Egypt to launch new annual projects to expand the company’s capacities and create more jobs
Wadi sees up to 20% growth in revenues this year
Mono-calcium phosphate project to kick start by January 2014
Wadi Fish to export sea bass to Europe next year
The group to expand in Africa by late 2014
In 2012 imports to the UK from Egypt totalled £624m and UK exports to Egypt were £921m; down significantly from two years earlier
The perception of Egypt generally in the UK and elsewhere is probably worse than it is in reality
Annulment of previous privatizations raises investors’ concerns
DNE interviews Abdelrahman Shaalan, the Egyptian Sumo Champion
In an interview with “Logistics”, Abdul Ghaffar said that he expects to hold a meeting with Admiral Mohab Mamish, chairman of the Suez Canal Authority, to agree on the new features of the project in preparation for developing a general plan and implementation mechanisms during the next phase.
The Minister of Water Resources and Irrigation for the El-Beblawi government, Dr Mohamed Abdul Muttalib, ruled out escalation with Ethiopia as a means solve the dam crisis.
Ibrahim said that the Ministry’s revenues decreased by 35% from EGP 1.273bn during the 2009-2010 fiscal year to EGP 772m during the 2010-2011 fiscal year.
Civil Aviation Minister Abdel Aziz Fadel stated that this move comes alongside efforts to further develop EgyptAir’s aircraft fleet.
Passionate about the history and culture of the Middle East since her childhood, a talented photographer who enjoys wandering in the old streets of Cairo, the new Ambassador of Sweden in Cairo, Charlotta Sparre, speaks about her mission in Egypt. It is a mission which is full of challenges, but also potentials for prosperous relations and cooperation between Sweden and Egypt. Read the interview.
The Daily News Egypt sat down with Anis Aclimandos, the president of the American Chamber of Commerce in Egypt, to discuss the situation of American investors in Egypt, evaluate the government’s performance and talk about upcoming projects the chamber is planning.
Freedoms and Rights committee head in the Constituent Assembly, Hoda Elsadda, affirms that criminalisation of discrimination is a must
While the bumpy political situation in Egypt has upset many investments, a group of youth took the slogan of “Be local, social, adaptable and simple” as their motto when they launched their successful application. The Daily News Egypt spoke to Gamal El-Din Sadek, one of the co-founders of Bey2ollak.
“The good thing about starting online shopping in Egypt is that Egyptians are always eager to try something new, they’re curious”
Gehad El-Haddad, spokesperson of the Muslim Brotherhood, speaks to the Daily News Egypt about the current events, the political deadlock in Egypt, and explains the situation from the Muslim Brotherhood’s perspective
Armed Forces spokesman Colonel Ahmed Ali speaks to the Daily News Egypt about current affairs
Elnawawy stated: “Egypt’s mobile service providers borrow and use Telecom Egypt’s infrastructure for the purpose of providing telecommunication services on the domestic market.
In an interview with the Daily News Egypt, Khaled Al-Sherif, media spokesman of Building and Development Party, spoke about the current political situation in Egypt, criticising the opposition and calling them “unethical” for not respecting the ballot box.
Daily News Egypt speaks to Conference Party head and National Salvation Front leader Amr Moussa
Former finance minister says that foreign debts are like “anaesthetic: they don’t solve the economic problems but they lessen the burden”
Managing Director of Suez Cement Group, Bruno Carre spoke to Daily News Egypt about the company’s current projects and products
Ashour first Egyptian to win Squash British Open since 1966
PayPal’s CEO of MENA region Elias Ghanem spoke to Daily News Egypt about PayPayl’s operations in Egypt
A super tram, smart card system, and railway institute are only a few examples of the Ministry of Transportations ambitious plans for the next fiscal year
Steve Hamilton-Clark, CEO of Taylor Nelson Sofres’ (TNS) MENA office, spoke to Daily News Egypt about the company’s activities and the challenges facing its clients.
Royal Philips sees potential in the Egyptian market. In an exclusive interview with Phillips Consumer Lifestyle Commercial and Organizational Leader, Olaf Koning, DNE explores what makes the market so attractive for the company and also finds out about Phillips’ consumer lifestyle products in Egypt.
Gian Pietro Bordignon, the director of WFP in Egypt, spoke to Daily News Egypt about the organisation’s objectives and activities in the country.