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Egypt’s new data protection law and what it means for business

On 15 July 2020, Egypt also joined the exclusive club of Middle Eastern countries with national data protection laws, publishing the Personal Data Protection Law (Law No 151 of 2020). Coming into force on 14 October 2020, the PDPL brings a wide range of new obligations for businesses.

Nabil Diab

Opinion| What German tourists love about Egypt?

The reasons for this popularity are obvious: Egypt is a varied country, offering everything from unique cultural heritage sites, to vibrant cities, diverse landscapes, and beaches – and not to forget, of course, the cordiality and hospitality of its people.

Dr. Cyrill Jean Nunn

Opinion| The Egyptian Market and Electric Cars

The move is also to reduce the consumption costs of these cars and to provide hard currency, as well as to eliminate subsidies on current fuel. As electric cars are not subject to frequent breakdowns, the move can also prevent long-term customers from being exposed to fluctuating fuel prices.

Yasser Sabry

Opinion | A Nation United, By the People for The People

For years we never truly felt that we have any say in the governance of our nation, Mubarak’s regime installed few men in power, they were untouchable and were given the power to control our fates. On the 25th of January 2011, a spark was ignited. Young ladies and gentlemen went to the streets demanding …

Mohamed El-Seidy

Opinion| A Racist Economy?

Germans, alone, last year spent what amounts to 26% of the European total expenditure on tourism, with 15 of 25 of their favorite destinations being outside of Europe,such asNorth America, the Caribbean and Australia, to name just a few.

Mohamed Shirin El Hawary

Opinion| Defeating COVID-19 with Solidarity and Cooperation

The sudden onslaught of COVID-19 has taken a heavy toll on countries around the world, with the loss of several hundred thousand precious lives. Here, I suggest that we observe a moment of silence for those who have tragically passed away due to COVID-19 and express our condolences to their families.

Xi Jinping

We’re the SAME

The funny thing is, something as small as the coronavirus, something unseen, something untouchable or able to be smelt has locked us all in our houses. It has made the world lose economically, money, and socially, the lives of citizens.

Lina Mohamed