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Safeya Mounir finds out why Egypt’s inflation rates cooled in January

People across the country were stunned by the sharp hikes in food prices last week.

How will Telecom Egypt and its subscribers benefit from the acquisition of fifth-generation mobile services.

Foreigners are to be allowed to buy real estate in Egypt in foreign currency in exchange for residency in order to boost the country’s currency reserves, reports Safeya Mounir

New high-yield savings certificates have been introduced by Egypt’s banks in a bid to curb inflation and put the brakes on gold, reports Safeya Mounir

Safeya Mounir reports on new decisions meant to ensure the availability of products, discourage monopolistic practices, and control arbitrary pricing

The decision to allow the sale of real estate in foreign currencies is contributing to Egypt’s dollar crunch, according to industry experts, reports Safeya Mounir

Two business gatherings held last week indicate that Gulf investors have regained interest in the Egyptian economy, reports Safeya Mounir

Will private sector companies respect a National Wages Council decision to raise the monthly minimum wage, asks Safeya Mounir

Safeya Mounir reports on why Egypt’s banks have suspended debit card purchases abroad

The government has launched an initiative to cut the prices of certain basic food items to help people struggling with inflation, reports Safeya Mounir

Egypt plans to issue Samurai bonds for the second time this week to meet its financial obligations with expert blessings.

The construction of the Tarboul Industrial City was given preliminary approval last week.

A recent surge in the cost of non-school guide books — which include simplified explanations of the curriculum in addition to exercises and which are published by private publishing houses — has shocked millions of families with children of school age.

The General Authority for Investment and Free Zones has launched a new e-service to ease the establishment of companies.

On the eighth anniversary of the opening of the New Suez Canal, the international waterway is realising record earnings.

New Alamein projects have increased the price of real estate units across the North Coast.

Government plans to reduce natural gas supplies to fertiliser plants will impact the domestic market and exports.

Trade between Egypt and Turkey should see a boost following the resumption of diplomatic ties.

The price of rice is expected to ease with the advent of the new harvest season.

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