- Egyptian former president Mohamed Morsi dies in court
- Egypt’s real estate sector market cap hits $4.8 billion – bourse chief
- Egypt aims to grow construction companies business volume by tenfold – minister
- 7 new dry ports, logistics zones soon in Egypt – minister
- Real Estate exports worldwide at $300 billion but Egypt’s share still ‘modest’
- Egyptian Military Production Ministry’s construction business at $894.7mn
- Huawei: Egypt’s new capital smart, connected by 2023
- We will reach allowed enriched uranium limit in 10 days: Iran
- China starts Shanghai-London Stock Connect with initial quota
- Deutsche Bank to set up 50 billion euro bad bank to overhaul trading operations
Egyptian former president Mohamed Morsi has died after fainting in a courtroom, state TV reported on Monday.
Egypt’s real estate sector has a market capitalisation of 80.2 billion Egyptian pounds ($4.8 billion), said Egyptian stock exchange head Mohamed Farid on Sunday.
Egypt's Public Business Sector Ministry is currently working on restructuring its affiliated construction companies a step aims to grow their business volume by 10…
Egypt will launch seven dry ports and logistics zones across the country to support industrial complexes, Transport Minister said on Sunday.
Real estate exports worldwide are estimated at $300 billion annually, but Egypt’s share is still very modest, said Egyptian Real Estate Export Council’s head Hisham…
Egyptian Military Production Ministry’s business volume in the country’s local construction sector reached 15 billion Egyptian pounds ($894.7 million), said its…
Huawei Technologies has begun developing a new digital city in the Egyptian under-construction administrative capital city as an advanced model that proves Egypt's…
Iran announced that it would breach internationally agreed curbs on its stock of low-enriched uranium in 10 days — a move likely to strain already high tensions with…