Foreign Debt: Not So Scary

Wed, Apr. 25, 2018
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While Egypt’s foreign debt has almost doubled in five years to about $81 billion in the first quarter of the fiscal year 2017/18, up from $43 billion in the fiscal year 2011/12, experts agree that it was a lesser of two evils, but warn of its growth pace.

Japan plans Studio Ghibli theme park

Wed, Apr. 25, 2018

The fantasy world of Oscar-winning animator Hayao Miyazaki will come to life as a theme park set to open in central Japan in 2022.

Disney and Warner Bros. go head to head at CinemaCon

Wed, Apr. 25, 2018

Hollywood rolled out the big guns at the CinemaCon convention on Tuesday as Disney and Warner Bros. locked horns with rival presentations of their upcoming movies.

In photos: Drums Festival continues to excite Egyptians on 3rd day

Tue, Apr. 24, 2018

Cairo’s Citadel hosted the third day of the International Festival for Drums and Traditional Arts.

Brits’ bookings to Egypt rise up to 89%: Thomas Cook

Tue, Apr. 24, 2018

Leading travel company Thomas Cook announced that British tourists’ bookings to spend their holidays in Egypt have risen by up to 89 percent.

The Ripple Effect of Buying Fake Goods

Mon, Apr. 23, 2018

While customers buy cheap, knockoff handbags or car parts regularly under the false belief that it is harmless, or just good spending sense, it may have more serious consequences than merely sacrificing quality. A business estimated at $0.5 trillion, the

Combatting Fake News

Sun, Apr. 15, 2018

Executive Director of Alex Media Forum Ahmed Essmat speaks about this year’s edition and how to combat fake news in media  

Fayoum: Chasing Waterfalls

Tue, Apr. 17, 2018

This lakeside retreat is a favorite among Cairenes and resident expats alike.