|Issuer Name||Ministry of Finance - Egypt|
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|Status||Bond Name||Country||Date *||Issue Size ($M)||Arranger|
Banque Marocaine du Commerce Extérieur SA
BMCE Capital Conseil
JP Morgan Chase Bank
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The South African government plans to raise at least USD 500 million in its first issue of Islamic bonds, a Treasury official indicated.Reuters, 28 Aug 2014
The Egyptian government is planning to turn to Egyptian nationals working in the Kingdom to secure funds for the expansion of the prestigious Suez Canal.Arab News, 28 Aug 2014
Emerging markets took in only USD 9 billion in stock and bond investments in August, below the average for the past three months and lackluster even compared to prior Augusts.Reuters, 27 Aug 2014
A revival of international bond issues from the Gulf is set to draw heavy demand from local and foreign investors, despite the latest geopolitical upheavals in the Middle East.Reuters, 25 Aug 2014
Saudi Arabia’s plans to open up the domestic capital markets to global investors is expected to boost demand for Saudi equity and sukuks from international investors.Gulf News, 24 Aug 2014
Egypt's real estate tax law has finally gone into effect six years after it was first issued, reports Niveen Wahish.
The Egyptian government is preparing to offer an amnesty on properties built illegally since the 25 January Revolution, writes Mona El-Fiqi.
Egypt's power cuts have been becoming shorter and less frequent over recent weeks, writes Sherine Abdel-Razek.
James Palmer, a former independent reporter and photographer recollects how he first met James Foley whom the Islamic State executed last week - at a...
Arab Bank was aware that it was processing wire transfers from a Saudi Arabian charity to the families of "martyrs" of the second Palestinian Intifada...
As a ceasefire took hold after 50 days of war, displaced families express a sense of relief and frustration as they returned to their damaged homes.
Israel and the Palestinians agreed on Tuesday to an Egyptian-brokered plan to end the fighting in Gaza after 50 days of combat.
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