Wall Street Journal
Egypt's Mursi brings more Islamists into cabinet
It looked unlikely to help build the political consensus the International Monetary Fund is seeking for reforms needed to secure a loan seen as vital to easing Egypt's deep economic crisis - an unaffordable budget deficit and a plunge in the value of ...
Egypt's Brotherhood Gains More Power
Egypt Investment Is Collapsing as Citizens Turn Into Vigilantes
Egypt Appoints 9 Ministers in Limited Reshuffle
Muslim Brotherhood gains more influence in limited Egypt cabinet rehuffle
Amr Moussa, Egypt's former foreign minister, former head of the Arab League and currently one of the leaders of the opposition National Salvation Front, said in a statement: “The cabinet reshuffle has not added or changed much. We will need another ...
Egypt's challenge: The economy
Since the 2011 revolution the Egyptian economy has gone from bad to worse. Unemployment is up, so is the budget deficit, job creation is virtually non-existent and the Egyptian pound has lost much of its value. And matters are made even worse by the ...
Egyptian activist Hassan Mostafa referred to criminal court
Egypt Shares Rise Most in 2 Months as New Cabinet Spurs IMF Bets
Egypt's benchmark stock index surged the most in two months on investor bets a Cabinet change will boost the nation's prospects of finalizing a loan agreement with the International Monetary Fund. Commercial International Bank Egypt SAE, the country's ...
Apache Unveils Three Discoveries in Egypt
Apache Corp. (APA) reported three oil and gas discoveries in Egypt's western desert, expanding the company's production base in the area. A number of analysts have raised concerns about Apache's exposure in Egypt, which has struggled with political ...
Apache strikes it lucky in Egypt
Apache discovers oil in three Egypt Western Desert basins
Apache Announces 3 New Oil And Gas Discoveries In Egypt's Western Desert
Egypt's tourism minister: Bikinis and Booze are welcomed in Egypt
Egypt's tourism minister claimed the Islamist-ruled country was open to bikini wearing, alcohol drinking tourists on Sunday as part of his plan to boost Egypt's tourism numbers. The Brisbane times reports Hisgam Zaazou is looking to increase the ...
Egypt's Challenge – Making a Living
In the third programme in this series, Egypt's Challenge, Shaimaa Khalil examines the state of Egypt's economy two years after its revolution. Then people were calling for bread, freedom and social justice – have those demands been met? Shaimaa ...
'Bikinis and booze welcome in Egypt'
... white sand beaches and rich underwater life. Photo: Getty Images. By Reuters – 06 May 2013. Egypt is open to visitors who drink alcohol and wear bikinis, its tourism minister has declared, as the country aims to boost numbers by at least a fifth ...
FP Passport: Can Egypt's Islamist finance minister cut a deal with the IMF?
Foreign Policy (blog)
The IMF talks mean that the replacement of Egypt's finance minister is the most important change to come out of the reshuffle. The new finance minister is Fayyad Abdel Moneim, who previously worked as an economics professor at al-Azhar University, the ...
Egypt ban sparks debate
The Land Newspaper
The video footage prompted Australia's live export industry to voluntarily suspend all live cattle exports to the $25 million per year Egyptian cattle market which saw 32,800 head transported last year, declaring it won't be re-opened until the ...