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Now that the stranded Ever Given container ship has been refloated in the Suez Canal, how will the incident affect the shipping industry and who will pick up the bill

Egypt’s technology-based food delivery market has lots of room to grow, angel investor David Buttress tells Niveen Wahish

Egypt’s new Association Agreement with the UK could offer new opportunities to boost bilateral trade and investment

This year is likely to see serious steps to divest shares in state-owned companies

The restoration of full diplomatic ties with Qatar will not immediately mean business as usual

The availability of hard currency will always be a make-or-break question for the Egyptian economy

Boosting exports, digitisation, and the UN Sustainable Development Goals should be at the heart of reforms by developing economies, Executive Director of the International Monetary Fund Mahmoud Mohieldin tells Al-Ahram Weekly

Shifting the burden of unpaid care work off women’s shoulders will boost their contribution to the economy, a recent report says

New Country Director of the German development agency GIZ Alexander Solyga told journalists this week how his organisation supports Egypt’s development aspirations

Egypt has plenty to offer investors, especially as it moves forward with more economic reforms, the president of AmCham Egypt recently told the press

Head of Egypt operations at Bombardier Transportation Ahmed Eldamanhoury explains the work underway to build the country’s first monorail transport system to Ahram Weekly

Are boycotts the best way of making political statements, asks Niveen Wahish

Egypt’s population is growing faster than ever

Egypt’s interest rates are continuing their downward trend

Chair of the newly established Egyptian Mercantile Exchange Ibrahim Ashmawy explains how it operates

A recent report examines constraints on intra- and extra-African trade in agricultural goods

Director of the International Labour Organisation’s Cairo Office Eric Oechslin talked to Ahram Weekly about key labour market challenges facing Egypt in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic

Higher unemployment figures may have been spurred by the fallout from the Covid-19 pandemic, but they are also driven by structural problems

Egypt and Greece signed a maritime demarcation agreement last week in a deal that has wide economic and geopolitical significance

The government is launching a new initiative to prop up the economy in the wake of the coronavirus-induced slowdown

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