Egypt to start work on $2.4-billion telecom network for first phase of new capital city

Switzerland warns Facebook’s Libra it will face extra scrutiny
September 11, 2019
Apple may steal Netflix streaming crown, but only for a year
September 11, 2019
This post was originally published on this site

Egypt’s communications ministry will begin work on a 40 billion Egyptian pound ($2.44 billion) telecommunications network in the first phase of a new capital city being built east of Cairo, a cabinet statement said on Wednesday.