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Misr:

see EgyptEgypt
, Arab. Misr, biblical Mizraim, officially Arab Republic of Egypt, republic (2005 est. pop. 77,506,000), 386,659 sq mi (1,001,449 sq km), NE Africa and SW Asia.
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Engazat Misr aims to develop the business size of NOG, raise its market share in the restaurants and cafes sector, and meet the company's plans to expand in the Arab world.
Emaar Misr appointed EFG Hermes and JP Morgan as the joint global coordinators and joint book runners for the offer.
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We're delighted to welcome Bisco Misr to the Kellogg family.
Etisalat Misr is a strong believer that information is the blood of the company," he said.
6 million pounds, which was the amount the company paid," Misr Aswan Chairman Mohammed Hassan told Reuters by telephone, adding that the money should be returned within a month.
Banque Misr, established in 1920, has 11,000 merchants covering 60% ofinternational brand card accepting merchants in Egypt, including hotels, restaurants and other locations frequently visited by tourists.
MISR is one of several Earth-observing experiments aboard Terra, which was launched in December 1999.
which operates the Suez oil refinery; 5% by each of National Bank of Egypt, Bank of Alexandria, Banque Misr, Banque du Caire, Nasser Social Bank and Misr Insurance Co.
Insurance Holding Company (IHC) Group Misr Insurance/ NICE
Banque Misr signed a loan agreement Sunday worth $250m with a banking alliance led by the Arab Banking Corporation-Bahrain (ABC-Bahrain), according to Chairman of Banque Misr Mohammed El-Etreby.
Emaar Misr has previously stated its intention to use this amount to develop its commercial properties in its flagship development Emaar Square, Mivida Downtown, and the Marina in Marassi, as well as to fund the pre-launch expenditure of Cairo Gate.