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Speaking at the 3rd Real Estate Summit on Monday, housing minister Madbouly spoke of the government's development plans and urged companies to assist in infrastructure

Details are announced of a new unified license that will allow Telecom Egypt to use mobile networks, despite the absence of mobile network heads from the press conference

Under the new amendments, families owning private properties worth up to LE2 million will be exempted from property taxes, as will a host of public buildings

The company's CFO Ehab Rushdi says its Initial Public Offering (IPO) on the EGX would be due to improvements in the country's economy

'Dropping farmers' debts would mean the collapse of the bank and we plan to achieve profitability', says chairman of agricultural bank

Insurance market comprises just 0.5% of Egyptian GDP, lower than the global average for developing countries of 3-5%

Savings with Egypt's Postal Authority, mostly used by low income individuals in rural areas, sees a 19.7 percent boost in 2012/13 compared to a year earlier

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The renationalisation of the companies, Tanta Flax and Oil Company and Al-Nasr Company for Steam Boilers, approved by Egypt's investment minister, awaits a financial settlement with the companies' foreign investors

Thousands of workers state-owned factories are protesting for a minimum wage

No more French wheat for Egypt's main staple food as imports will now require less than 13 percent moisture

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New Saudi aid package to come in form of central bank deposits and petroleum products, as UAE also steps up pledges

Project aims to help small and medium dairy producers reach international standards

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Egypt's doctors hold second partial strike for better conditions

Ahram Online reviews the value of the Egyptian pound over the past 12 months; lowest rate against US dollar recorded in July

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A Cairo conference considers public-private partnerships to develop Upper Egypt, home to 80 percent of Egyptians living in extreme poverty

The government plan to amend the Muslim Brotherhood-drafted sukuk law divides experts

According to the Nielsen Global Survey of Consumer Confidence, Egyptian consumer confidence rose 6 index points in the third quarter of the violent ridden 2013

In collaboration with BNP Paribas Egypt (Now Emirates NBD), Mobinil launches 'Mobi Cash' service under CBE oversight

As Egypt faces escalating fuel crisis, companies turn to the Nile River for more economical transportation of commodities

Egypt's share of global wealth down to 0.16 percent in 2013; One quarter of Egyptians living in poverty, according to Credit Suisse Research Institute

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