Thursday,21 February, 2019
Current issue | Issue 1431, (21 - 27 February 2019)
Thursday,21 February, 2019
Issue 1431, (21 - 27 February 2019)

Ahram Weekly

Mona El-Fiqi

Weekly Staff

The government is looking for alternatives to its present dysfunctional export-subsidies programme,

The government is on track in efforts to restructure and develop Egypt’s battered state-owned

Saudi Arabia has banned Egyptian onion imports, citing high levels of pesticides, reports Mona El-Fi

Five years after a court order nullified its privatisation, the fate of the Nile Cotton Ginning Comp

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Mixed harvest

Egypt’s agriculture has seen mixed results in 2018, with the government several times interven

Recent promises may end a two-year delay in the release of vital export subsidies to Egypt’s e

Egypt jumped eight spots in the World Bank Group’s Doing Business Report for 2019, reports Mon

The government has increased the area cultivated with cotton, but is now baulking at buying the over

Mona El-Fiqi reports on the economic repercussions of the decision to liquidate the National Cement

New customs duties will mean higher tariffs on non-essential and luxury goods while looking out for

Further plans are afoot to revive Egypt’s battered public-sector companies, reports Mona El-Fi

A new deadline has been set for those eligible to pay Egypt’s new property tax, writes Mona El

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