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Al-Ahram Weekly finds out what is new in the latest presidential initiative to save Egypt’s ailing manufacturing sector

According to Central Bank of Egypt figures, Egypt’s foreign debt is well within safe limits

Egypt continues to attract foreign investment in debt instruments by providing high returns at low risk

The move is an attempt to better regulate market prices

Will lifting custom duties on vehicles imported from Turkey affect Egypt’s automobile market?

Egypt’s tourism sector has been bouncing back in 2019 thanks to the success of structural reforms and promotional campaigns

The Central Bank of Egypt has launched a LE50 billion real estate initiative targeting middle-income brackets that experts believe will revitalise the market, reports Safeya Mounir

The government is to sell land owned by companies slated for privatisation to help pay off their debts and restructure costs

Upper Egypt is looking forward to receiving more tourists this winter, reports Safeya Mounir

The positive inflation in October increases the possibility of another cut in interest rates, reports Safeya Mounir

Ten per cent of Heliopolis for Housing and Development Company equity will be up for grabs in a sale the government is promoting as a model for future privatisations, reports Safeya Mounir

Suspended twice since 2015, Egypt’s capital gains tax on stock-exchange trading is now due to be introduced in May 2020, reports Safeya Mounir

With interest rates on a declining trend, many people are looking for alternatives to bank deposits, reports Safeya Mounir

The bankruptcy of British tour operator Thomas Cook will not have lasting effects on tourism in Egypt, industry professionals tell Safeya Mounir

A new batch of shares in public-sector companies may soon be up for grabs, reports Safeya Mounir

A draft bill aims to make life easier for Egypt’s small and medium-sized enterprises, reports Safeya Mounir

Egypt’s sugar producers say imported sugar is harming their businesses

Investors are awaiting the executive regulations of Egypt’s new mineral resources law

The Central Bank of Egypt’s decision to cut interest rates by 150 basis points last week was applauded by experts

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