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    Libyan Islamists push hardline agenda amid the chaos they created

    ...and Saudi Arabia to roll back Libyan Islamists’ gains. “We support all international efforts to fight terrorism,” Egypt foreign minister Sameh Shokri said. “We will take all measures to eliminate this phenomena altogether, whether in Libya... By Borzou Daragahi in Cairo

  2. 5 hours ago

    Axa joins IFC in developing markets insurance push

    ...International Finance Corporation to enter into new markets, such as Egypt. “Clearly, if you enter into a market with IFC, in terms of...in southern India and may launch similar schemes in Mexico, Egypt, Indonesia, Columbia and Nigeria in 2015. The project is... By Michael Stothard in Paris

  3. 8 hours ago

    Blast in central Cairo kills at least two

    ...mainly in the Sinai but also elsewhere in Egypt including the bombing early this year...to have taken refuge. FT Special Report Egypt An in-depth look at the country’s politics...Sunday’s Cairo bombing also comes as Egypt finds itself drawn into several regional... By Heba Saleh and Borzou Daragahi in Cairo

  1. 10 hours ago

    Turkey: Business shifts west as crises rage from Syria to Iraq

    ...regional tension that flared after Turkey opposed a Gulf-backed coup last year that ousted Egypt’s elected Muslim Brotherhood government. Exports to Egypt, Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates have fallen, respectively, by 11.6 per cent... By Daniel Dombey

  2. 10 hours ago

    Turkish businesses embrace opportunities in north Africa in spite of Libya risk

    ...from heavy industries to foodstuffs. The supermarket giant BIM has opened at least 164 branches in Morocco and at least 35 in Egypt, bringing Turkish consumer products into the homes of ordinary people. “We’ve seen more and more Turkish brands in the... By Borzou Daragahi

  3. September 19, 2014

    Africa is finally on the path to becoming a consumer society

    ...with 26 per cent. Consumer discretionary, which includes clothing, accounts for just 5 per cent. Nigeria, South Africa and Egypt account for the bulk of the fund (33, 21 and 12 per cent respectively). Africa-orientated companies with direct or indirect... By Brian Bollen

  4. September 19, 2014

    Lunch with the FT: Sir John Sawers

    ...manage and will normally end up worse for western interests and values. “We saw it in Tehran in 1979, and we’ve seen it in Egypt over the past few years.” We dispense with desserts and order a cappuccino for me and a mint tea for C. I ask him about his... By Lionel Barber

  5. September 16, 2014

    ITE shrugs off concerns of backlash on Moscow food exhibition

    ...executive of ITE, which runs the event, in their place is a surge of interest from countries beyond Europe, including Brazil, Egypt, Morocco and Argentina. “So the show will be the same size as last year,” he says. “There’s still business to... By Alison Smith, Chief Corporate Correspondent

  6. beyondbrics

    September 16, 2014

    Egypt's al-Sisi: so far so good, say economists

    After 100 days in power, Egypt’s president Abdel Fattah al-Sisi...minister, won a landslide victory in Egypt’s presidential race on May 24, almost...Political turbulence has been bruising for Egypt’s economy, which by most measures is... Mian Ridge

  7. September 16, 2014

    German consumer gloom hits Thomas Cook bookings

    ...to 123.30p. The travel sector is particularly sensitive to geopolitical events: Thomas Cook was hit hard by the unrest in Egypt last year, which affected winter bookings. The company, which flies about 60 per cent of its customers on its own airline... By Mark Odell

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