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  • Egypt host Pan African Leather Fair 2020

    Egypt will host the Pan African Leather Fair on June 21-23, 2020, trade and industry minister’s adviser for national projects Yasser el Maghrabi said Wednesday.

  • Investment in Egypt opens door to exports

    Prime Minister Mostafa Madbouli said the Egyptian market is a promising one and investment in Egypt allows for exports to various regions through the free trade agreements between Egypt and world countries.

  • Afro-Chinese Arts Festival's conference

    The press conference of the fourth edition of the Afro-Chinese Arts and Folklore Festival will be held under the chairmanship of Suhair Abdel Kader at the Cairo Library in Zamalek on Oct. 15 at 4:30 p.m. Details of the festival’s fourth edition will be announced during the conference.

  • British Council “Science Stars” competition

    The British Council announced its first science competition for 14-16-year-old students attending its partner schools, during its annual Principals’ Forumat Sheraton Cairo Hotel, which brings together government officials, school leaders, and representatives from the UK ExamsBoards. The event was also attended by Sir Geoffrey Adams, British Ambassador to Egypt.

  • trade between Egypt and EU 2018

    Trade between Egypt and the European Union (EU) surpassed Euros 27 billion in 2018, said Planning Minister Hala el Saeed on Tuesday. She added that Egypt’s continued efforts to ensure gender equality fall within the framework of partnership and cooperation with the EU.

  • picture Egypt Cirque du Soleil 2019

    Hyde Park Developments announced hosting the latest breathtaking show for Cirque du Soleil, “BAZZAR”, for the first time in Egypt, brought by Alchemy Project and presented by Etisalat Misr. The Canadian entertainment group will be hosted at Hyde Park New Cairo under the Big Top from 19 September till 6 October.

  • picture Africa cup of Nations Egypt team

    When the curtain falls on Egypt’s Africa Cup of Nations on Friday night, the overwhelming sense among many local residents will be one of relief. Senegal and Algeria will contest the final but there is a feeling, at the end of a hastily arranged tournament that divided home supporters and saw their team fall short of expectations, that the past month is best swept under the carpet.

  • UK companies investments in Egypt's education and health care

    A group of British companies visiting Egypt for an official investment forum have announced that they will inject further investments into education, health care, renewable energy and transportation projects in the country, a statement from the Egyptian investment ministry read.

  • Egypt stop sale of Tutankhamun statue

    Officials fear bust of pharaoh might have been looted from Karnak temple in Luxor. Egyptian authorities are trying to stop the auction of a statue of Tutankhamun’s head at Christie’s auction house in London next month after concerns were raised that the bust might have been stolen from the Karnak temple in Luxor.

  • Ancient Egypt

     Amid the convulsions in the years following the Arab Spring, Peter Hessler went to the ancient city of Amarna, site of another short-lived attempt to remake a nation. They say there is something special about buying your first brand-new car, and this is particularly true if it happens in Egypt during a revolution. By the spring of 2014, my wife, Leslie, and I had lived in Cairo for more than two years.

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