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Business - Economy
6/26/2024 6:40:17 PM
Farmers Syndicate Head Hussein Abdel-Rahman has expected a 25 percent increase in the prices of summer agriculture crops, including fruits and vegetables, due to the shortage of fertilizers.

Al-Ahram Weekly - Egypt
5/18/2024 11:35:00 AM
Egypt’s expansive agricultural projects will open the door for self-sufficiency in strategic crops and decrease pressure on foreign exchange.

World - Africa
4/6/2024 10:17:19 PM
In the suburbs of Burkina Faso's capital Ouagadougou, lucrative strawberry farming is supplanting traditional crops like cabbage and lettuce and has become a top export to neighbouring countries.

Al-Ahram Weekly - Economy
2/12/2024 10:33:00 AM
The second hike in cooking oil prices has taken place in less than a month, this time by at least 50 per cent, reports Amira Hisham

Sports - Omni sports
1/31/2024 12:16:34 PM
The French government announced Wednesday that it had slashed the number of spectators attending the opening ceremony of the Paris Olympics amid security and other organisational challenges.

Business - Markets & Companies
12/19/2023 10:32:32 PM
Beltone Financial Holding, a prominent Cairo-listed investment company, has announced its subsidiary Beltone Capital is in the process of acquiring a 51 percent stake in the National Seeds Company (NSC) for EGP 150 million, according to a statement by Beltone on Tuesday.

World - War in Ukraine
9/13/2023 3:51:38 PM
Ukraine has been exporting grain through a northern Croatian port for more than a year, an official told AFP Wednesday, as Zagreb aims to increase exports of the war-wracked country's crops.

Egypt - Health
8/16/2023 7:00:08 PM
Egypt and China signed a deal to collaborate on developing drought and salt-tolerant crops to overcome water scarcity and salinity in Egypt as the country confronts the major impacts of climate change.

Heritage - Heritage special
6/22/2023 11:58:02 AM
Ala El-Nar (Something's Cooking) is a new series exploring Egyptian heritage food, crops, and traditions.

Egypt - Society
6/13/2023 5:47:20 PM
Renowned economist Gouda Abdel-Khalek has urged the government to end the policy of requisitioning portions of crops at "unfair prices" in order to encourage farmers to produce more and sell to the state.

Egypt - Society
5/14/2023 11:46:00 PM
Egyptian President Abdel-Fattah El-Sisi inaugurated via video conference the wheat harvest season along with a number of crops in the East Oweinat in the Western Desert on Sunday.

Multimedia - In Pictures
5/7/2023 6:00:52 PM

Egypt - Society
2/20/2023 8:39:37 PM
Minister of Agriculture and Land Reclamation El-Sayyed El-Qusair said that Egypt accomplished self-sufficiency in nine fruit and vegetable harvests as well as some other crops, adding that there is enough surplus that can be exported.

Al-Ahram Weekly - Egypt
2/3/2023 4:25:00 PM
Beni Suef governorate in Upper Egypt has launched the drive “Living off its Good” in which 45 female farmers were selected to receive loans given by the Ministry of Social Solidarity. The loans will be used to rent agricultural land and grow potatoes. A leading potato chips company has been contracted to buy the crops, reports Nahla Abul-Ezz.

Al-Ahram Weekly - Egypt
1/24/2023 7:34:22 PM
The government is promising Egypt’s wheat farmers higher prices for their crops, reports Ahmed Abdel-Hafez

COP27 - Focus
11/11/2022 1:38:00 PM
From a distance, the endless landscape of solar panels stretching toward the horizon can easily be mistaken for crops nearing harvest. But here in the desert in southern Egypt, workers have been cultivating another precious commodity: electricity.

COP27 - Climate change
10/22/2022 10:18:25 AM
Ocheiga Enoch isn't expecting much of a rice harvest from north-central Nigeria after floodwaters submerged his fields and those of so many other farmers this season.

COP27 - Focus
10/20/2022 7:04:21 PM
Usman Musa had spent more than $1,300 on his 10-hectare rice farm in Nigeria's Kogi state, now submerged by the country's worst floods in a decade.

World - Africa
10/11/2022 9:48:37 PM
Around 909,000 people have reportedly been affected by flooding in South Sudan, the UN's emergency response agency said Tuesday, more than doubling estimates released last month as torrential rains ravage crops and destroy homes.

COP27 - Climate change
10/6/2022 3:02:45 PM
All the crops had died and the farmed fish had escaped their ponds. The only road to the village was flooded and the water just kept getting higher, says Asiyah, 38, who like many Indonesians uses only one name.

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