Al-Ahram Weekly Online   4 - 10 November 2010
Issue No. 1022
Economy
 
Published in Cairo by AL-AHRAM established in 1875

Minimum wage mania
A public debate over whether LE400 makes a reasonable minimum wage has just begun, Niveen Wahish reports
From the South to the G20
Ahead of the 2010 G20 Seoul summit, Doha Abdelhamid draws attention to the missing development agenda
Entrepreneurs wanted
For the third year running, Global Entrepreneurship Week (GEW) kicks off in Egypt today...
Not enough
Some Egyptians complain that the LE400 minimum wage is insufficient, Ahmed Kotb reports...
The 'reselling' of Omar Effendi
Arguably Egypt's most debated privatisation story, the Omar Effendi saga has still a new chapter. Sherine Abdel-Razek sheds light on yet another deal to re-sell the country's oldest department store
Arab integration again
Bureaucracy is Arab economic integration's worst enemy, reports Sherine Nasr
What women want
A decade into the 21st century, women are still being overlooked as an active part of the work force, writes Niveen Wahish
The new entrepreneur
Nader Habib listens to some online business success stories

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