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Credit Agricole Egypt to pay 1.2 LE/share dividend
Japan disaster to cost Australia $2 bn in lost trade
Treasury estimates show that the earthquake and tsunami will cut demand for Australia commodity exports
Algeria's Sonatrach stops Libya energy operations
Algeria's state-owned energy company Sonatrach has halted operations in Libya, said Algeria's energy minister
Egypt producer prices up 16.8 pct in year to Feb
Dubai's Shuaa in Tunisian 123-firm trading freeze
Brokers were told to freeze the accounts of companies linked to Ben Ali's inner circle
Tunisia sees 2011 economic growth below one per cent
Tunisia's finance minister says economy needs $4 billion to recover
British retailer Marks & Spencer to return to France
Group with outlets in Egypt plots renewed approach to western Europe
Against all odds, a good tax season is unfolding in Egypt
Although economic activity has slowed since the 25 January Revolution, taxpayers are keen to submit their tax returns on time
Egypt can achieve high growth in parallel with more social justice, says prominent economist
Mahmoud Abdel-Fadil, professor of Economics at Cairo University, tells Ahram Online that good management during the coming period can help Egypt achieve healthy growth rates by 2013  
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Dubai's Shuaa Capital trading is freezed on Tunisian market
Earlier this month, the interim government said it would freeze assets of 112 people close to the ousted president pending the completion of investigations into corruption

Israel warns tourists in Sinai of kidnap threat
Israel warns their citizens of Bedouin kidnapping plans during Passover holidays, when many Israelis sunbathe in the Sinai

Torah Cement workers pursue legal right
Torah Cement trade unionists lead the fight against corporate corruption, demanding a 10 per cent profit share as the law stipulates

Price hikes for fresh greens leave Egyptians in the red
Market traders say it's just seasonal variations but experts suggest failed pest control and fertiliser monopolies are behind a recent surge in tomato prices

World Bank : Previous governments could have done more to promote development in Egypt
Shamshad Akhtar, World Bank vice president for the Middle East and North Africa visited Egypt last week. Ahram Online asked her about tailoring the Bank's facilities to the country's new priorities

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