Tags (65) : Egypt
04/24/2015 | Industry / Transport
ISRAEL. Israel will soon have new ports at Eilat on the Red Sea and Ashdod on the Mediterranean. To facilitate the transport of freight, a high speed railway line will connect the two seas.
11/24/2014 | Socio-economic assessments
11/03/2014 | Socio-economic assessments
05/26/2014 | Socio-economic assessments
05/23/2014 | Industry / Transport
A contrasting picture for trans-Mediterranean Ro-Ro. East-west routes are developing positively but traffic between Europe and North Africa is decreasing.
Anne Gallais-Bouchet, Balearic Island, Barcelona, CMA CGM, Corsica, eco-tax, Egypt, France, Greece, Grimaldi Lines, Grégory Fourcin, ISEMAR, Istanbul, Italie, Italy, Jean-Marie Millour, KKR, Livorno, Marseille, Mediterranean, Nantes-Saint-Nazaire, Pendik, port, Ro-Ro, Sardinia, Savona, SECA, Shippax, Short Sea Promotion Centre, Spain, Syria, Toulon, transport, Trieste, Tunisia, Turkey, UN RO-RO, Valencia
02/07/2014 | Socio-economic assessments
12/20/2013 | Euro-Mediterranean projects
Launched in 2012, the ShMILE 2 project aims at raising awareness among tourism and accommodation professionals of the environmental issues at stake in six Mediterranean countries. The project received €2 million, essentially from the European Union, and things are already beginning to change. Version française
12/09/2013 | Environment
EGYPT. Sayed Farouk, senior vice president of The Arab Contractors, explains the steps taken by his company to reduce energy consumption.French version
12/05/2013 | Environment
All around the Mediterranean, countries are looking at improving their energy efficiency. Efficiency is thought of as key to reducing energy consumption, particularly in homes. This is why all the focus is on the building sector. French version
Ademe, Algeria, Christelle Bedes, Egypt, EIB, energy consumption, energy efficiency, europe, Greece, Jordan, Lebanese Center for Energy Conservation, Lebanon, medener, Mediterranean, Morocco, Pierre el-Khoury, Portugal, real energy efficiency culture, Syria, the Palestinian Authority, Tunisia, World Energy Council
12/05/2013 | Environmental and development issues
10/22/2013 | Environmental and development issues
10/08/2013 | Socio-economic assessments
Flavia Palanza: “There is a serious discrepancy between the needs of southern countries and their ability to borrow”
09/30/2013 | Euro-Mediterranean projects
A consequence of political and military crises, after two years of high levels of funding, 2013 has seen a slow-down in the level of EIB investment on the southern and eastern shores of the Mediterranean. FEMIP (the Facility for Euro-Mediterranean Investment and Partnership) brings together all of the EIB’s work supporting socio-economic development in Mediterranean partner countries (Algeria, Egypt, Gaza-West Bank, Israel, Jordan, Libya, Morocco, Syria, Tunisia and soon Libya). Its director, Flavia Palanza, has the power to carry out substantial funding, but there has been a decline in the take-up and use of new lending by partner countries. Version française
07/25/2013 | Mediterranean 2030
07/16/2013 | Socio-economic assessments
05/29/2013 | Mediterranean territorial issues
The Institute of the Mediterranean is preparing a three year plan to kick-start culture as an economic sector in the Southern Mediterranean. Version française
Algeria, Barcelona, Brussels, culture, economic reserach, Egypt, Euro-Mediterranean forum of economics science institutes, European Institute of the Mediterranean, european union, Femise, Henry Roux-Alezais, IEMED, IMPGT, Institut de la Méditerranée, Institute of the Mediterranean, Jean-Louis Reiffers, Jordan, lack of knowledge, Lebanon, Mediterranean, Morocco, Palestine, Robert Fouchet, the institute of public managfement and territorial governance, Tunisia
04/23/2013 | Industry / Transport
SPAIN. The Spanish citrus sector is still very competitive internationally, although competition from countries such as Egypt is being more acutely felt, mainly because of the difficulty in finding alternative logistics to road transport.
04/18/2013 | Industry / Transport
In the space of a few years, Egypt has made a quantum leap, both qualitatively and quantitatively, in the citrus fruit sector. This leap places it alongside Spain and Turkey on the podium of top orange producers and exporters, not only in the Mediterranean, but also in the world market.
04/18/2013 | Reflections
“ Today, we are the world's second largest shipper of reefer containers ”. Steven Suchet, Reefer Trade Director at CMA CGM (Photo CMA CGM) Every year, Egypt produces five million tonnes of citrus fruit, around 20% of which it exports, essentially to Russia (28%), Saudi Arabia (25%), Persian...
04/18/2013 | Reflections
“ We must encourage cooperative ventures rather than individual initiatives.” Hussein Marei – Chairman of the Citrus Council in the Horticultural Export Improvement Agency (HEIA) and Vice Chairman of the Citrus Council in the Agricultural Research Center (ARC) of Egypt. Photo DR The...