Monday,22 April, 2019
Current issue | Issue 1439, (18 - 24 April 2019)
Monday,22 April, 2019
Issue 1439, (18 - 24 April 2019)

Ahram Weekly

Nesma Nowar

Weekly Staff

Institutional and structural reforms are needed in order to rein in rises in Egypt’s inflation

Weak purchasing power accompanied by a boycott campaign caused car sales to fall in February, report

A second hike in inflation last month has made the Central Bank of Egypt’s decision to cut int

Journalists head to the polls tomorrow to elect a new Press Syndicate chairman and six council membe

Falling inflation over recent months and a pick-up in capital inflows have encouraged the Central Ba

AUC president weathers the storm that followed US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo’s speech on t

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Uber is back

The ride-hailing app Uber seems to be working as usual again in Egypt following a period of disrupti

French President Emmanuel Macron’s visit to Egypt this week saw the signing of many economic a

Addressing the population problem in Egypt requires an institutional framework that can implement an

Egypt’s real-estate market is seeing robust demand and extensive investment but is suffering f

With zero tariffs on vehicles imported from Europe now in place, the prices of European cars in Egyp

Egypt’s business climate improved throughout the year despite being hampered by high interest

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