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Latest in Interviews


Euromoney: Ministry of Supply to procure up to 200,000 tonnes of wheat

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

Dahlia Kholaif

Euromoney: UK companies’ interest in Egypt is undiminished

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

Joel Gulhane

Governance, trade and cultural exchanges are the main priorities: new Swedish Ambassador to Egypt

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.

Daily News Egypt

‘The strongest will survive’

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.

Daily News Egypt