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EGP

EGP

(1) (Exterior Gateway Protocol) A broad category of routing protocols that are designed to span different autonomous systems. Contrast with IGP.

(2) (Exterior Gateway Protocol) The original exterior gateway routing protocol (see above), which has been widely used in the U.S. Data Defense Network (DDN) and National Science Foundation Network (NSFNet). EGP is a distance vector protocol that uses polling to retrieve routing information. EGP has been superseded by BGP. See BGP and routing protocol.
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Banha axis within the northern part of the regional ring road at a total cost of EGP 595m.
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NBK Capital MENA said the EGP has depreciated by three per cent YTD against the USD, with most of the depreciation (around 70 per cent) happening in May.
EGP worked with vendors who supply specialty material to verify the accurate cost of supplies necessary to complete reconstruction of the properties.
These are now being implemented into studies of toxigenomics and the EGP (Waters and Fostel 2004).
In contrast, government sector loans fell by EGP 300m to settle at EGP 356.
Joan Packenham, the NIEHS program director for the CMGCC, and Kimberly Gray, a health science administrator with the institute's Susceptibility and Population Health Branch, presented overviews of various facets of the EGP.
Fitch's credit concerns revolve around the slowing economy and the potential for weakened demand and tenant credit issues, which have already affected the pace of leasing activity and put additional pressure on EGP as it strives to maintain adequate occupancy levels.
Kamal pointed out that the bank has an estimated deposit portfolio of about EGP 26bn, but the employment of these deposits in lending and credit facilities and contributions to projects was very weak.
The EGP has generated a working list of more than 550 environmentally responsive genes related to important cellular pathways such as metabolism, DNA repair, and cell cycle control that are potential targets for resequencing to identify each gene's SNPs.
According to Azzam, the portfolio size of these projects jumped from EGP 150m in December 2011 to EGP 2.
Mobinil, one of the leading providers of telecom services in Egypt, has obtained an EGP 500m in additional loan from National Bank of Egypt (NBE), while another support worth EGP 120m will come from Egyptian Gulf Bank.