Due to the ever-growing risk of contracting the virus, Regus said it had witnessed companies splitting teams amongst multiple centres to avoid daily interaction.
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The monastery was founded by Saint Bishoy at the beginning of the fourth century AD. It has survived two fires over the course of its history, the first was during the Roman Period, with the second the result of Berber attacks.
Queen Meresankh III was granddaughter of King Khufu, builder of Great Pyramid of Giza, and wife of either Khafre or Menkaure.
Equity and debt flows were -$52.4 bn and -$31.0 bn, respectively
Aviation, tourism investments lose $8bn, $12.96bn respectively in Q1 2020
Since 2007, households worldwide have added over $12trn to the mountain of global debt. The corporate and general government sectors have, however, accounted for much more of the build-up ($31trn and $34trn respectively), the IIF said in its recent report.
El-Anany said the ministerial committee for tourism affairs, headed by Prime Minister Mostafa Madbouly, will meet on Wednesday to discuss a package of measures in support of tourism investors.
Arab tourism sector to lose about $30.6bn if pandemic is not controlled by end of April
The Chamber released an Excel sheet form for each tourism establishment to complete electronically, instead of doing so in person at the Chamber’s headquarters, identifying employee data. The chamber announced Monday as the deadline for receiving the employee data.
Egypt likely to see significant drops in Suez Canal transit revenue, trade, FDI, tourism flows, and remittances
UNWTO forecasts decline in international tourism between $ 300bn to $ 450bn in 2020, almost one third of $ 1.5tr in 2019
Entreprenelle mainly aims to support local women economically by educating, training and linking them to all the possible entrepreneurship resources.
EGP 4bn directed to meet basic food commodities needs, EGP 15bn to buy wheat from local farmers
Government halts administrative distraint on defaulters in tourism sector for one year
Decision to encourage tourist companies to launch new programmes that would link cultural, beach tourism, says ex-head of Tourism Promotion Authority
IIF maintains expectations for recovery in 2H 2020
The coronavirus has spurred fears of a global recession. According to Focus Economics’ survey, 64% of panellists now expect a global recession in the next 12 months, up from 43% in last week’s poll, despite the slew of fiscal and monetary stimulus measures announced in recent days.
Women have an important role in this difficult period. Mothers all over the world, Egypt especially, should protect their children and families from the pandemic. Daily News Egypt presents some tips for women to combat Coronavirus.
Winning mothers were selected from 762 mothers who participated in contest
Passenger business revenues drop due to capacity reduction will only be offset by 50% through reducing variable costs
Governorate suspends provision of Shisha, tourism facilities violating decision will be closed and pay EGP 10,000 fine
Decision to suspend air traffic does not include domestic and air cargo flights.
The 16 March is a special day in the history of Egyptian women’s struggle towards her rights, the roots of the day dates back to 1919 when women participated for the first time in political demonstrations during the1919 revolution.
Workers in hotels will be provided with all required logistics including socks, masks, and gloves. Moreover, the hotels contracted with highly-trained medical teams to deal with any suspected cases of the virus.
Decision to result in huge losses for Egyptian airlines exceeding EGP 2.25bn
Year 2020 feared to be another challenging period for growth across EM
Chairperson of Halaet Wasl’s Board of Trustees Fathi Al-Muzayen said the aim of this conference is to accentuate the success of Egyptian women from various fields and backgrounds and to encourage other women to continue forging their own paths.
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