CAIRO (Reuters) - Egypt signed a $2 billion conventional and Islamic loan with several international and regional banks in a deal coordinated by two UAE lenders, the finance ministry said...
CAIRO (Reuters) - Egypt’s General Authority for Supply Commodities (GASC) said on Saturday it was seeking soyoil and sunflower oil in an international tender with a deadline for offers on...
Egypt decided to withdraw from the latest round of tripartite negotiations with Ethiopia over its multi-billion-dollar dam on the Blue Nile for internal consultations. Mikael Arage, Political and Economic Analyst joins CNBC Africa for more.
CAIRO (Reuters) - Egypt’s annual urban consumer price inflation fell to 4.2% in July from 5.6% in June, the central statistics agency CAPMAS said on Monday. Month...
CAIRO/LONDON/DUBAI (Reuters) - The threat of conflict in Libya, water security worries and a flatlining tourist sector risk upending a nascent rally in Egyptian bonds, bankers and economists say.
Ethiopia has announced the first-year target for filling the controversial Grand Ethiopian Renaissance dam on the River Nile has been reached. The announcement came as the country agreed to resume talks with Egypt and Sudan over the dam. CNBC Africa spoke to Political & Economic Analyst, Mikael Arage for more.
Eight candidates are going head-to-head for the top position at the World Trade Organization with nominations coming from the United Kingdom, Mexico, Moldova, Korea, Saudi Arabia, and three entries from Africa. Trudi Hartzenberg, Executive Director of the Trade Law Centre joins CNBC Africa to talk about the chances of the African candidates vying for the position.
CAIRO (Reuters) - Egypt’s Suez Canal revenues fell to $5.72 billion in the 2019/20 financial year from $5.75 billion in the year prior, the canal authority said on Saturday.