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Why Africa?

The Middle East Observer is starting from this edition reviewing economic and various files to shed light on all the aspects. The various topics...

African economic growth, challenges and investments

by Angy Essam Africa has experienced high and continuous economic growth in the past decade, prompting analysts to argue that the continent has reached a turning...

A trade that has roots

Over the last decade, Africa’s trade volume with traditional partners doubled in nominal value. Africa’s overall trade volume has more than doubled however which...

No Bank Accounts in Africa

by Ameera Fouad Whereas people all around the globe usually use bank accounts for money transfer, people in Africa especially in the Sub Saharan region use...

Chairman of the Egyptian Tourism Promotion Authority: African tourism in Egypt does not exceed 1%

by Naglaa Ghonaim The African tourism is facing differences between the initial figures, according to reports and expectations of international organisations, and the decline from...

Starting a Business in Africa: The most lucrative opportunities

Are you an investor or entrepreneur looking to invest or start a business in any of the African countries? Do you want to know...

Daesh selling oil in the black market, antiquities, human organs  and slaves

by Firaz Korraim The Islamic State militant group, better known as Daesh, emerged in April 2013 and believes in establishing a Caliphate. In order to...

Tycoons control industrial entities

by Ahmed El-Mahdi After the corruption case against the minister of agriculture and reports about the involvement of other officials, as well as and the...

Threats facing Egyptian investments

by Angy Essam The government is working to create an attractive investment environment for local and foreign investors, but after the seizure of the properties...

Energy industries optimistic after Eni discovery

by Ahmed Kamal A state of optimism is prevailing among sectors in energy-intensive industries after the discovery of a natural gas field off the coast...

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