Mallawi


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Mallawi

(mäl`läwē), town, E central Egypt, on the Nile. Situated in a farm area, the town produces textiles and handicrafts.
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Ziyada added the governorate submitted a project proposal for a marble cutting factory and the establishment of a number of hotels on the east of the Nile Mountains in the cities of Abu Qurqas, Mallawi and Deir Mawas.
Mohammed Othman Mallawi, investor relations manager, RSH, explained that the increased figures can be attributed primarily to the improved sales of housing units and the noticeable increase in rental revenues, leading to a higher net profit for the first half of this year.
Summary: Limestone statue of Ankhesamon, sister of famous boy king and daughter of pharaoh Akhenaten, is one of most important pieces in Mallawi museum.
Looters stole the limestone carving from a museum in the city of Mallawi, during a raid which decimated the irreplaceable collection of antique objects.
The statue vanished when the museum in the central city of Mallawi was looted amid clashes between police and Islamist extremists this summer.
Mohammed Othman Mallawi, the RSH investor relations manager, said the current increase in profits was mainly due to the company's growing revenues from the sale of housing units and its ability to maintain low installation costs in the different projects.
The Mallawi National Museum in Upper Egypt was ransacked in August, with more than 1000 objects destroyed or stolen.
Mohammed Othman Mallawi, the company's investor relations manager, said the new facility would cost SR85 million ($22.
Internet photos of two Christian churches attacked in the town of Mallawi, in Minya, a province south of Cairo where Christians make up around 35 percent of the population, showed decapitated statues, burned courtyards and door frames, sacked and burned church offices and piles of rubble.
Commenting on this, Mohammed Othman Mallawi, Investor Relations Manager, Red Sea Housing Services Company, explained that the huge interest from local and international investors in KAEC has accelerated the pace of business and projects in the City, which has subsequently boosted demand for labour camps across these projects.
One such attack occurred at the Mallawi museum in Al-Minya, from which 1,050 of the museumas 1,089 artefacts were stolen.
Mohammed Othman Mallawi, Investor Relations Manager, Red Sea Housing Services Company, said: We look forward to commencing the construction of our SR85 million facility in KAEC, Rabigh following the official approval we received from the Economic Cities Authority (ECA).