The total value of trade between the two countries grew by 90.8 percent.
Brazil’s President Luiz Inacio and Argentina’s President Alberto Fernández wrote in an Argentinian paper –Perfil- on Sunday Jan 22, 2023 that they wanted more integration between the two neighboring countries.
The right monetary and fiscal policies are the only way to safety
The Central Agency for Public Mobilization and Statistics (CAPMAS) released a report Tuesday on trade exchange between Egypt and India.
President Abdel Fatah al-Sisi met Sunday with Italian Minister of Foreign Affairs Antonio Tajani
The global city will include a free zone and a used car sale area, the agency complex area, traffic offices, car showrooms, and the rest of the services provided to the customers.
Egypt aims for doubling the value of its exports to become $100 billion per annum by rationalizing imports coupled with encouraging labor-intensive and strategic industries.
The Central Agency for Public Mobilization and Statistics released a report Tuesday on trade between Egypt and fellow Nile Basin Countries in 2021.
The Ministry of Trade and Industry welcomes more Chinese investments in the Egyptian market, the minister affirmed, pointing to a bunch of incentives and advantages offered in the Arab country.
Head of the Export Council for Engineering Industries Sherif al-Sayad made the statements in a TV interview Saturday.
Aswan Governorate is preparing to host one of the most prominent economic and investment events in Egypt; the International Dates Festival in October.
The economic and social development plan for the fiscal year 2022/2023 revealed the continuation of development efforts for the economic zone of the Suez Canal, to maximize the economic returns from it.
The Indian Embassy in Cairo released Thursday a report on the relations of both countries on the occasion of the 75th anniversary of their establishment.
The Egyptian Minister of Transport Kamel el-Wazir accompanied an inspection tour at Alexandria Port, to follow up on the implementation rates of projects, among of them the establishment of new berths.
The bank has pumped $20 billion over the past five years to support African trade.
Those would create 250,000 direct and indirect jobs, and hopefully, improve the flow of supply chains in Egypt.
Al Wathiq Billah pointed to the importance of raising intra-African trade rates, which amount to only 18 percent of the total volume of trade in the continent.
The Egyptian minister praised the role of Cyprus in strengthening relations between Egypt and the European Union, saying “Cyprus is working to convey the Egyptian point of view to its European brothers.”
“The bilateral consultations' begins between FM Shoukry and Cypriot FM Kasoulides to discuss bilateral relations; advancing cooperation in several fields, especially trade, energy, and investments; as well as to discuss regional and international issues of interest,” Hafez said on his Twitter account.
The COP 27 Champion pointed out that Africa’s contribution in emissions is just 3-4%.