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Saudi Prince Al-Waleed Bin Talal will cooperate with Talaat Mostafa Group to expand in the Four Seasons Resort in Sharm el-Sheikh, to be the largest hotel in the world.
The average yield on the three-year bonds dropped to 16.813 percent.
Egypt's electricity exports reached about $14.1 million during the first five months of the current year, the Central Agency for Public Mobilization and Statistics (CAPMAS) said Monday.
Japan-based construction and civil engineering firm Taisei Corporation submitted financial and technical bid to implement the fourth metro line in Al Haram district of Giza.
Total turnover gained LE 231.7 million ($13.04 million) to LE 900.7 million, up from LE 669 million, while market capital slightly went down to LE 715.13 billion.
Egypt and Russia finished negotiating terms of Dabaa nuclear plant contracts, Minister of Electricity Mohamed Shaker said.
The House of Representatives’ Economic Affairs Committee considers imposing a tax on luxury goods.
Egyptian imports to Tunisia hike 29 percent in the first half (1H) of 2017, standing at $119.2 million, up from $92.4 million in 1H 2016, the Egyptian Commercial Service (ECS) in Tunisia said Monday.
Minister of Investment Sahar Nasr on Monday announced that Reda Abdel Moaty will hold the post of the acting head of the Egyptian Financial Supervisory Authority (EFSA).
Egypt celebrated Sunday the second anniversary of the inauguration of the new extension of Suez Canal, highlighting the waterway’s revenues since 2014.
The Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC) and non-OPEC technical committee will hold a meeting in Abu Dhabi on Monday to discuss the states’ commitment to the output cut deal.
China's foreign exchange reserves rose twice as much as expected in July to a nine-month high as tighter regulations and a weaker dollar keep capital outflows in check.
SoftBank Group CEO Masayoshi Son said he was interested in investing in ride-hailing firms Uber Technologies [UBER.UL] and Lyft but had not made a decision.
State-owned energy giant Abu Dhabi National Oil Co (Adnoc) said on Monday that it would split its ADMA-OPCO offshore oil concession into two or more areas with new terms to unlock greater value and increase opportunities for partnerships.
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