Ahmed Morsy's Articles

Smokers are grappling with hikes in cigarette prices.

A Japanese loan to finance the construction of metro Line 4 has received the presidential green light, reports Ahmed Morsy

In 2023, mega projects began shaping a new reality for Egypt, reports Ahmed Morsy

The four-day truce in Gaza saw a huge increase in aid passing through the Rafah border crossing.

EGYPT’S National Election Authority (NEA) held a press conference on Monday to announce the timetable for presidential elections, the third to be held in Egypt since the 25 January 2011 Revolution.

Nearly four months after upgrading Egyptian-Japanese relations to a “strategic partnership” during Japanese Prime Minister Kishida Fumio’s visit to Cairo in late April, Japanese Foreign Minister Yoshimasa Hayashi paid his first ever official visit to Cairo on Monday.

Postponing any increase in electricity prices for six months has been welcomed by citizens struggling to make ends meet.

The demand for gold in Egypt almost tripled during the second quarter of 2023.

Load-reduction measures to counter power cuts may continue until September.

Power cuts are adding to the woes of the current heat wave.

On 30 May, social media was awash with photos and videos showing the storming of the Conference Centre in Nasr City during the counting of votes on a motion withdrawing confidence from Tarek Al-Nabarawi, head of the Egyptian Engineering Syndicate.

The second phase of relocating government ministries and institutions to the New Administrative Capital started early this week.

As part of efforts to rejuvenate central Cairo, the Interior Ministry’s former headquarters is being developed into a mixed-use hub, reports Ahmed Morsy

Egypt is digging a 174-kilometre watercourse in the Western Desert to irrigate its largest ever agricultural project with reused water

In an exclusive interview with Ahram Online, Denmark’s Prime Minister Mette Frederiksen said Egypt is a very valuable partner for the European Union (EU) in combatting irregular migration, stressing that the 65-year-old Danish-Egyptian partnership has great prospects.

State employees will relocate to Egypt’s New Administrative Capital by March.

The rules under which Egyptians abroad can import tax-free cars are being eased.

Egypt inaugurated the first phase of New Mansoura, one of 30 fourth-generation smart cities planned since 2014.

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