Nadine Awadalla

UPDATE 2-Egypt raises price of subsidised vegetable oil as commodity markets surge

May 30 2021

CAIRO, May 30 Egypt has raised the price of subsidised vegetable oils by 23.5% to 21 Egyptian pounds ($1.34) per one litre bottle effective June 1 following a jump in raw material costs globally, the Supply Ministry said on Sunday.

Miners seek gold under the desert sands after Egypt changes rules

Apr 23 2021

CAIRO Mining companies awarded blocks in Egypt's Eastern Desert are set to start exploring for gold under a legislative overhaul that seeks eventually to unlock vast untapped mineral resources.

Turkish exporters re-route goods to dodge unofficial Saudi trade blockade, traders say

Apr 01 2021

DUBAI/ISTANBUL (Reuters) -Some Turkish exporters are re-routing food, clothing and other goods to circumvent a months-long unofficial blockade by Saudi Arabia that has reduced trade between the regional rivals to record lows, according to exporters and traders.

'Black market' emerges to dodge unofficial Turkish-Saudi trade blockade - sources

Apr 01 2021

* Exporters rerouting production to ditch 'Made in Turkey' tags

Traffic in Suez Canal resumes after stranded ship refloated

Mar 30 2021

ISMAILIA, Egypt Shipping was on the move again late on Monday in Egypt's Suez Canal after tugs refloated a giant container ship which had been blocking the channel for almost a week, causing a huge build-up of vessels around the waterway. | Video

Containerschiff im Suezkanal frei - Verkehr wieder aufgenommen

Mar 29 2021

Ismailia Das im Suezkanal auf Grund gelaufene Riesen-Containerschiff "Ever Given" ist nach offiziellen Angaben wieder frei.

Suez Canal steps up efforts to free stuck vessel, U.S. watches energy market impact

Mar 27 2021

By Nadine Awadalla, Jessica Jaganathan, Roslan Khasawneh and Julia Payne

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