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Al-Ahram Weekly - Economy
6/16/2024 4:39:00 PM
Egypt’s poultry market has decreased supply to meet decreasing demand

Business - Economy
4/1/2024 5:17:23 PM
Egyptian markets are preparing for a considerable decrease in prices of poultry and eggs starting Tuesday, as the government aims to slash prices of food commodities by 30 percent in the coming weeks in collaboration with the private sector.

Al-Ahram Weekly - Economy
2/12/2024 10:33:00 AM
People across the country were stunned by the sharp hikes in food prices last week.

Business - Economy
1/23/2024 10:17:27 AM
The Egyptian government has pledged to pay EGP 1.4 billion (more than $45 million) annually, covering the real estate tax for the industrial, poultry, and animal production sectors until the end of 2026, Minister of Finance Mohamed Maait said on Monday.

Egypt - Society
6/5/2023 1:06:12 PM
Egypt has secured the release of 156,000 tons of corn and soybeans worth $78 million from ports between 26 May and 1 June, Minister of Agriculture and Land Reclamation El-Sayed El-Qusair said in a statement on Monday.

Egypt - Society
3/27/2023 2:38:15 PM
About 199,000 tons of corn and soy fodder to the tune of $96.4 million were released from Egyptian ports between 17 and 23 March, said Minister of Agriculture and Land Reclamation El-Sayed El-Qusair on Monday.

Al-Ahram Weekly - Egypt
3/7/2023 9:44:35 PM
Efforts are underway to expand the domestic production of animal feed, writes Ahmed Abdel-Hafez

Egypt - Society
3/6/2023 5:05:19 PM
Egypt's Ministry of Agriculture and Land Reclamation has released from the country's ports a total of 137,000 tons of corn and soy fodder worth approximately $67 million between 24 February and 2 March.

Al-Ahram Weekly - Egypt
2/25/2023 11:28:00 AM
Why have the prices of eggs and poultry in Egypt been moving steadily upwards, asks Al-Ahram Weekly

Business - Economy
1/24/2023 12:39:08 PM
Minister of Agriculture and Land Reclamation El-Sayed El-Quseir expects a decline in the prices of eggs and poultry after the country released "successive and large" amounts of fodders that were stranded at the country's ports amid a hard currency crunch.

Al-Ahram Weekly - Features
11/8/2022 8:34:15 PM
As Egypt’s chicken feed importers struggle to release imported feed in the ports, the government and experts are offering a helping hand to increase production.

Al-Ahram Weekly - Egypt
10/24/2022 11:12:00 PM
As videos of the culling of baby chickens go viral on social media amid concerns about the future of the poultry industry in Egypt, al-ahram Weekly asks experts about the reasons and the way out

Al-Ahram Weekly - Economy
8/9/2022 10:03:18 PM

Egypt - Society
7/28/2022 11:30:00 PM
The price of eggs in Egypt has risen by an unprecedented amount in recent weeks, with some experts blaming the increase on feed costs, leading the government to take active steps to stabilise the market.

Business - Economy
7/19/2022 4:48:14 PM
McDonalds Egypt announced earlier this week a major increase in the prices of its products by up to 40 percent, prompting other fast-food chains to follow in its footsteps.

World - International
5/2/2022 6:30:53 PM
A record 16 million chickens, ducks, and other poultry have been culled in France since November in one of the most severe bird flu outbreaks in years, the agriculture ministry said Monday.

Egypt - Society
3/9/2022 6:23:06 PM
The Egyptian Cabinet has issued statements meant to reassure citizens about the prices of wheat-based products and other basic commodities as well as meat and poultry amid the crisis in Ukraine.

Egypt - Politics
2/27/2022 8:08:54 PM
Egypt’s strategic reserves of basic food commodities – including wheat, rice, meat and poultry – will last for months, Egypt’s Minister of Supply and Internal Trade Ali Moselhi has affirmed to President Abdel-Fattah El-Sisi.

Al-Ahram Weekly - Art
5/25/2021 8:35:50 PM

Egypt - Politics
5/23/2021 7:12:51 PM
The aid includes vegetables, poultry, fruits, blankets, carpets, mattresses, sanitisers, medical masks, clothes and medicine

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