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Egypt's Abu Qir Fertilizers And Chemical Industries Shareholders Approve FY Dividend
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Egypt's Abu Qir Fertilizers Forecasts 2019-20 Pre-Tax Surplus Of EGP 2.01 Bln
Abu Qir Fertilizers and Chemical Industries Co SAE is an Egypt-based Company engaged in the agricultural chemicals sector. The Company focuses on the production, distribution and export of fertilizers, chemicals and related products. The Company operates in seven segments, which include Abu Qir Plant 1, Abu Qir Plant 2, Abut Qir Plant 3, Mixture Fertilizers Plant, Liquid Fertilizers, Ammonia and Nitric Acid, and Others. The Company’s products include Prilled Urea, Prilled Urea treated with Zinc Sulphate, Granular Ammonium Nitrate, Granular Urea, Granular Urea treated with Ammonium Sulphate, Granular Urea treated with Magnesium Sulphate, nitrogen, phosphorous and potassium (NPK) products and liquid ammonia. The Company’s major shareholders include National Investment Bank, Egyptian General Petroleum Corporation, Public Industrial Development Authority and Al Ahli Capital.
Abu Qir Frtlzrs and Chmcl Indstries Co
Rashid Road, Al Tabia
Abu Qir Industrial Area, P.O. Box 21911
Saad Ibrahim Abu Al Maati Hasan
Chairman of the Board and Managing Director, representing Egyptian National Petroleum Corporation
Said Mohammed Zamzam
Head of Financial Sectors
Ali Abdul Mutalib Dawoud
Head of Finance, Investment Sector and Investor Relations Manager
Mohammed Abdul Moneim Mohammed
Accounting and Budget Director
Administration and Human Resources Manager
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Egypt is fully committed to its programme to sell minority stakes in state companies and is tackling a number of issues that have held it up, a government advisor on the share sales said on Thursday.
Egypt plans to sell minority stakes in two companies by year-end, ramping up its long-delayed privatization program though analysts doubt it is moving quickly enough to convince investors it is serious about opening up the economy.
Telecoms operator VEON Ltd has settled a tax dispute with Egypt, the finance ministry said on Wednesday, clearing the way for its potential purchase of the 42.3% stake in its Egyptian subsidiary Global Telecom Holding it does not own.
* Egypt's COMI continues to rise on capital increase * Abu Qir snaps five-day losing streak * Samba Financial rises on chairman appointment * DAMAC Properties continues to slide after BofA downgrade By Shakeel Ahmad Jan 21 (Reuters) - Egypt's blue-chip shares rose on Monday...
Egypt's CI Capital and Renaissance Capital will manage the sale of a stake in state-owned Abu Qir Fertilizers <ABUK.CA>, a government official said on Monday.
Egypt's CI Capital and Renaissance Capital will manage the sale of an additional stake in state-owned Abu Qir Fertilizers, a government official said on Monday.
* Egyptian banks issue brief statements on proposed tax change
Qatar's main bourse hit its highest level in a year and a half on Monday following a government reshuffle, while Saudi Arabia was dragged lower by a string of poor earnings.
Saudi Arabia's stock market slipped modestly in quiet trade on Wednesday, despite volatility from selling by foreign and retail investors after the killing of Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi.
Saudi Arabia's market fell sharply after a volatile day of trading on Tuesday, as foreign and retail investors continued to sell despite efforts from state-backed funds to limit the fallout from the killing of Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi.
The Egyptian government's postponement of its share sales has raised concerns the budget deficit may widen this year and pushed private companies to delay their own share offerings.
Dubai's stock market rose sharply on Wednesday, helped by real estate shares, while Qatar gained on the back of its banks, even as the rest of the Middle East was largely quiet.
Egypt will launch its programme for offering shares in state companies by offering a 4.5 percent stake in its top cigarette maker Eastern Company, the finance ministry said in a statement on Thursday.
Saudi shares slipped on Wednesday as investors booked profits after three days of gains, while regional markets ended mostly higher on a rise in oil prices.
Egypt aims to raise 8-10 billion Egyptian pounds ($450 million to $560 million) from floating shares in state-owned companies in fiscal year 2018-2019, deputy finance minister Ahmed Kouchouk said on Thursday.
Egypt on Tuesday announced the names of the first five state companies that will offer shares this year as part of a plan to boost public finances through minority offerings on the Cairo exchange.
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