In an interview with the Financial Times during a visit to London, Mohamed Maait warned of “food insecurity” around the world. However, he insisted Egypt had enough wheat to last until the end of the year.
A number of studies said that the article has ignored the actual status of the economic situation in Egypt
Egypt’s Ministry of International Cooperation, in partnership with the private sector, is working to transform the country towards a green economy, within the framework of the first pillar of the Economic Diplomacy: Multi-Stakeholder Platforms.
Egypt is now being hailed as one of the region’s fastest-growing economies, favored by international bond investors seeking high yields in an increasingly uncertain global environment, according to Financial Times.
According to ABTA, a commercial body, bookings to Egypt rose by 39 percent, as customers look for affordable beaches without the worry of cancellation due to Brexit.
A New Zealand lawmaker received military and intelligence training in China, it emerged Wednesday.
Gulf dignitaries and business people boycott a number of London’s top hotels with links to Qatar in support of their countries’ decisions to cut ties with Qatar.