The decision will enter into force, Wednesday March 1, and fees will be paid at a rate of not less than LE 5 and not more than LE 50, and the same percentage will be imposed on safari yachts.
"This is in addition to a program of points and financial and non-financial incentives, which creates an image of a green channel that preserves the environment," he added during the Suez Canal event held at the "Expo 2020" Dubai, Sunday.
Article 1: the fees for using the electronic system for the Egyptian Tax Authority are fixed for taxpayers at an amount of 325 EGP annually (including value added tax).
This came during the weekly meeting of the Egyptian Cabinet headed by Mostafa Madbouly, where he discussed many important files and issues.
This comes as a continuation of its efforts to raise awareness and knowledge of the rights and obligations in the listed stock market for all dealers and the various relevant parties.
The decision will now be sent to the cabinet for final approval, the FRA said in a statement.
Decision No. 204 of 2019 of the Ministry of Environment stipulated the collection of a fee of $5 per foreign person for daily visits, from sunrise to evening.
The fees will be equal to $25 for each passenger, according to the decision published by the country’s official gazette on Wednesday.
Egypt is expected to collect LE 5.65 billion as revenues from taxes and fees on cars during current fiscal year which stated in July 2018 and ends in June 2019.
Cancellation of Umrah fees for those who already performed it within three years.
The Ministry of Finance denied imposing extra fees on the new digital bill system and exempting Egyptian expatriates from car taxes.
Turkey which is the biggest competitor to Egypt cannot export directly to the Syrian market now.
The Ministry of Education took action to control private and international schools' rising fees for this academic year.
The budget of 15 state-covered treatment function codes will increase from LE 4 billion ($225 million) to LE 7.6 billion ($427 million)
The Ministry of Higher Education is discussing the allocation of an “education loan” in collaboration with National Bank of Egypt that will be provided to postgraduate students.