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The authorities of Cairo International Airport foiled Sunday an attempt to smuggle €88,500 into Egypt by a passenger coming from Rome, Italy.
In press statements, Qabbag said branches of the general establishment for social solidarity spread across Egypt and are working on offering aid to the neediest families.
The police arrested two individuals suspected of money counterfeiting, particularly the LE20 and LE100 banknotes.
Extra News TV channel broadcast on Saturday a compilation of leaked phone calls that took place in December 2013 between Turkish President Recep Tayip Erdogan and his son Bilal.
Euro zone lending growth held steady in May while a broader money supply indicator.
The Mint Authority announced on Wednesday installing a machine to change cash for coin in the main post office in Ataba.
The finance minister affirmed that Egypt will achieve the target growth rate of 5.6 percent by the end of the current fiscal year.
The Ministry of Finance denied the rumors concerning raising tax value on the citizens’ incomes.
President Sisi issued Saturday a law that stipulates granting a special allowance and a bonus to state employees, after being ratified by the Parliament.
A recent turn away from full-blown aggressive behaviour between North Korea and the United States, as well as the rest of the world, has left many wondering about the investment opportunities within the country.
The Ministry of Interior arrested 22 people, who seized LE 47 million from 149 citizens
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The Qatari candidate Hamad bin Abdul Aziz Al-Kawari and the French candidate Audrey Azoulay convened in what can be described as a suspicious meeting.
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The Cairo International Airport Customs arrested a passenger while attempting to smuggle €150,000 ($179,578.50) from Paris on Wednesday.
gypt’s M2 money supply was up 38.74 percent at the end of July from a year earlier.
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After a gunman made away with LE 900,000 from the Egyptian Exchange Co.