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Hundreds gather at the High Court in Cairo to demand the immediate removal of disputed prosecutor-general Talaat Abdullah

Egyptian and foreign governments have not been trying hard enough to recover assets stolen by former Mubarak regime figures, argued civil society experts

Two years after Egypt's January 25 Revolution, the stock market remains weak and 'undesirable' for future investors due to political and economic uncertainty

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Finance Minister El-Morsi El-Sayed Hegazy expects a lower budget deficit than initially forecast in 2012/13, predicts Egyptian economy will grow 2.5% in first three months of 2013

Recent impact assessment by Egyptian Initiative for Personal Rights (EIPR) and Bank Information Centre suggest World Bank development policies fail to address 'true needs of Egypt's citizens'

Hundreds of bakers block entrance to Egyptian supply ministry on Tuesday to protest government scheme to reduce flour subsidies and penalise violators

Building activity grinds to halt at Egypt's state-owned Ain Sokhna power station after construction workers launch strike to demand permanent employment

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Canadian development guru David Malone says proposed IMF loan will not be enough to fix Egypt's ailing economy, says 'only Egyptians' can formulate viable development plan

1200 workers at maritime services company demand permanent employment contracts with Dubai-based DP World

Local bourse registers modest gains Sunday as political unrest eases in Egypt's canal cities; Analysts predict market upswing following Societe General deal

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Two years since the January 25 Revolution saw the end of Egypt's Mubarak regime, food security - a basic right - remains a dream for many Egyptians

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Ahram Online investigates Morsi government's first major Islamic finance initiative, which supporters say could boost Egypt's economy

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Minister Jeremy Browne affirms British commitment to recovery of stolen assets; denies 'immunity' for those with British passports

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Former finance minister Youssef Boutros-Ghali, former trade minister Rashid Mohamed Rashid reportedly among those to have requested settlement with Egyptian authorities

Egyptian Prime Minister Kandil announces new monitoring body formed to tackle corruption

Egypt's bourse witnessed a three per cent increase Wednesday with further gains expected this week as pound plummets

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Exports from Egypt's largest gold producer suspended for the second time in less than two months after Egyptian authorities claim they have yet to receive petroleum ministry approval

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Workers of a subcontracting shipping company at the Ezz Steel factory in Suez strike in protest of poor safety conditions

The EGX30 — Egypt's main market index — declined 1.5 per cent, with uncertainty ahead this week

Egypt's largest gold producer, Centamin PLC, suspends operations at its Sukari Gold Mine due to dispute over fuel payments

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