Tags (6) : Cairo
12/13/2016 | Euro-Mediterranean projects
To ease its chronic traffic congestion, Cairo's is continually investing in extending its metro system. Work is currently in progress on phase 3 of line no. 3 which, when finished, will link the airport to the city centre. Version française
12/12/2016 | Socio-economic assessments
Interview with Dr. Abeer El-Shinnawy (FEMISE, American University in Cairo) within the context of the FEMISE & Institut de la Méditerranée contribution to the ENERGIES2050 report  on” Challenges to Climate Change in the Mediterranean” released at the occasion of the international COP22 conference that took place in Marrakech on November 15th 2016. Version française
12/21/2015 | Euro-Mediterranean projects
The Egyptian government and international lenders are launching a number of projects designed to reduce CO2 emissions. Version française
Alexandria, Cairo, Dabaa, Damietta, desert, Egypt, Egyptian Pollution Abatement Programme, EIB, energy sector, environment, EPAP, European investment bank, Finland, infrastructure, Japonese Bank for international cooperation, nuclear power, nuclear power station, pollution, Rosatom, Suez Canal, world bank
12/11/2012 | Euro-Mediterranean projects
MEDITERRANEAN. In the space of a year, the EIB has agreed more than €1bn of loans for rail related public transport projects (trams, trains, and subways) in Mediterranean countries.
AFD, Agence française de développement, Algérie, Annaba, Athènes, Batna, Besançon, Cairo, EIB, european investment bank, France, French development agency, Ile de France, Le havre, LGV, LGV Atlantique, LGV Bretagne Pays de la Loire, LGV Est, lignes de train à grande vitesse, Mans, Maroc, mediterranean, mediterranean bassin, mediterranean rail, Montpellier, Moselle, Mostaganem, Méditerranée, Orléans, Ouargla, Paris, Piraeus, Pirée, rail, rail transport, Rennes, Rome, Sidi Bel Abbes, subway, Sétif, Tours, trams, Tramway, Tunis, Tunisie, Vendenheim
11/09/2012 | Services / Finances
MEDITERRANEAN. The econostrum.info website, specialized in current events on the economy of Mediterranean countries, launches a version in english.
10/15/2012 | Socio-economic assessments
EGYPT. Strong internal demand and government measures to support the economy allowed Egypt to avoid the worst effects of the global crisis. For 2011, the Egyptian authorities have forecast economic growth of more than 6%.