|Olympic investor bonanza
Olympic Group shares skyrocketed by 40 per cent in one trading session and investors are yet to reap even more, reports Sherine Abdel-Razek
All about reform
The debate over subsidy reform is no longer about whether or not it should happen, but how, Niveen Wahish reports
MAKRO has launched its second wholesale store, this one in the governorate of Qalioubiya, Sherine Nasr reports
An unknown fate
Now that Orascom Telecom Holding and Russian VimpleCom have tied the knot, the fate of Djezzy is up in the air...
The recently introduced amendments to two existing oil agreements between British Petroleum (BP) and the Egyptian General Petroleum Corporation (EGPC) have opened the door to much debate on the quality of negotiations and the terms involved. Although the amendments have already been approved by the People's Assembly, they still await the president's signature in order to pass into law. Hussein Abdallah and Amr Kamal Hammouda argue that the terms of the amendments are not in Egypt's favour
During the month of June, the Ministry of Petroleum very quickly submitted to the People's Assembly a number of amendments to two agreements with British Petroleum (BP)...