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On Tuesday, Anba Ibrāhīm Isḥāq, Patriarch of the Coptic Catholic Church, met with Kang Woong Sik, the chairman of the Korean Egyptian Development Association (KEDA), Sin Yang Bik, Usāma al-Bāz and Dr. Hudā Jalāl, Head of the Arab Women Investors Union, in the Coptic Catholic Church.
Prominent businessman Aḥmad, said that negligence in Egypt began since the era and the rule of the late President Jamāl 'Abd al-Nāṣir, expressing his hope for reforming the economic conditions of the country during the next ten years. Abū Hāshīma stresses that Egypt has more than 60 million workers...
The Free Egyptians Party is poised to compete the Muslim Brotherhood's Freedom and Justice Party in the parliamentary elections, now that most of its members are Muslims," said  Najīb Sawirus, a Coptic businessman and the founder of the Free Egyptians Party. During a meeting held April 7, 2011 in...
Najīb Sāwīrus, businessman and founder of the new liberal party “Free Egyptians”, denied saying that he doesn’t want any Copt to run for presidency. Instead he is calling any national efficient Copt to nominate himself in the elections.
 The governor of Al-Fayyum cancels the contract to build 5000 houses for the youth with Orascom Company.  
A group of Coptic businessmen in Stockholm established an investment company in order to start a bank. International Egypt One Bank was launched with an initial capital of 100 million Euros with shareholders from Egyptians living all over the world, including Lebanon and Syria. Managing Director...
The article discusses the absence of the role of the elite in the Egyptian society.
Watani International interviews Mounir Fakhry Abdel-Nour, the Secretary-General of the Wafd Party, and discusses with him the Party’s future plans, its strategies to engage the Egyptian public and for the upcoming elections and political reform in general.
This is a statement about the recent events of Al-Kosheh. Hundreds of cultured people in Egypt signed it. These people care about the country’s concerns.
"...Al-Kosheh is a wealthy village in a poor area. Seventy percent of its inhabitants are Copts among a group of villages with a Muslim majority. The inhabitants of the area complain of corruption. The representation of Copts in local councils is zero. Inhabitants of Al-Kosheh are living a state...

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