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The decision by the Central Bank of Egypt to ban the banks from distributing profits will have little effect on stock values

The Egyptian pound is holding its ground despite the economic fallout from the coronavirus

Al-Ahram Weekly tracks the development of Egypt’s state-subsidy and social-protection programmes over the past decade to ensure that support is delivered to those who need it most

Economic empowerment and employment opportunities remain two of the foremost challenges for people with special needs in Egypt

Poverty rates in Egypt were down in the 2019-20 financial year, according to CAPMAS research

US tech giant Google has decided to build its new fibre-optic cable outside Egypt’s regional waters

Eleven companies will soon begin mining for gold in Egypt’s Eastern Desert

Can the new deals being offered to customers by Egypt’s real-estate companies save the market from a slump, asks Safeya Mounir

Households receiving cash support from Egypt’s social-protection programmes can now receive help with their children’s university education

A government initiative to pay export-subsidy arrears will help Egypt’s exporters to expand their investments and increase production

Increased coronavirus infections across the world are threatening Egypt’s tourism sector

The pandemic and a lack of liquidity have hit the sales and profits of Egypt’s real-estate companies

The government has allowed the construction of buildings to resume with positive consequences for the materials sector

Ahram Weekly looks into the cause of higher-than-expected remittances from Egyptian expatriates abroad

An oversupply crisis has hit the cement sector, threatening the closure of factories already reeling under heavy losses

Egypt is stepping up moves to encourage electronic payments by vendors and the general public as part of its digital transformation

Egypt’s heavy industries are demanding further cuts in energy prices in order to improve their competitiveness

Immediate action will soon be taken against all violations of building regulations and encroachments on agricultural land

Changes in consumer behaviour and increased e-transactions in the wake of the Covid-19 pandemic have propelled Egyptian e-payments company Fawry into the billionaires’ club

A new initiative has been launched to encourage people to buy local products at reduced prices and boost economic growth

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