Israel came fourth with 601 various warplanes, the United Arab Emirates fifth with 565, Algeria sixth with 547 and Iran seventh with 541.
The Egyptian government has announced a significant investment of 12 billion pounds to bolster the electricity distribution network in Beheira.
The statement also revealed the projects included in the 2024/23 plan within the framework of the industrial investment stimulus program.
During this period, generated electricity saw a rise of 1.4 percent, while purchased electricity from energy-producing investment projects surged.
China Aerospace Science and Technology Corporation (CASC) has completed the assembly and testing of Egypt’s remote sensing satellite MisrSat 2.
The statistics agency also reported a jump of 8.11 percent in the production of transport equipment to 128.60 in April 2023 from 118.95 in March.
Indian energy, industrial, and construction companies last week expressed interest in setting up projects here during meetings with SCZone.
Generated electricity saw a rise of 1.4 percent, while purchased electricity from energy-producing investment projects surged by 2.7 percent.
An SCZONE delegation met with executives from Sterlite Power Transmission, Jindal Steel, Platinum Industries, TCI Sanmar Chemicals and Sonalika.
The Egyptian giant Orascom Industrial Parks signed a $120 million deal with the Indian packaging solutions company Flex Accipto to expand its plant.
To support 500 small-scale farmers and plant 10,000+ palm trees in Aswan.
The minister explained that the total installed capacity of renewable energy will reach about 10,000 megawatts by 2025.
There are 152 promising investment opportunities in the industrial sector that could bridge the country’s trade deficit estimated at $20bn.
Egypt’s Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises Development Agency (MSMEDA) has signed an EGP 150 million (about $4.8 million).
Cairo came at first ranked as number of vehicles reached 2.6 million vehicles by 25.8%, followed by Giza 1.3 million vehicles.
The recorded net profits were lower by 18% year-on-year (YoY) than EGP 31.65 million, according to the financial results.
Two mail trucks were converted to electric, along with a new electric vehicle, to be used in distribution services.
Mageed explained that the Council’s strategy is to introduce a green and circular economy in Egyptian products exported to the Moroccan market.
The project is to link their power grids and allow the gradual exchange of up to 3,000 megawatts of electricity at a value of $1.8 billion.