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EGP

The ISO 4217 currency code for the Egyptian Pound.

EGP

ISO 4217 code for the Egyptian pound. It was introduced in 1834, replacing the piastre, which continued to circulate at a value of 1% of a pound. Between 1885 and 1914, the pound was effectively pegged to gold. Afterward, it was formally pegged to the British pound until 1962, when the peg switched to the U.S. dollar at various rates. The pound became a floating currency in 1989.
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Development of Margham Bridge over Cairo-Alexandria Desert Road at a cost of EGP 60m.
After the initial EGP symposium, NIEHS investigators provided substantial input into the development of a list of 550 candidate environmental response genes for targeted variation discovery.
The CBE stated that deposits at banks hiked by over EGP 42bn in October 2017 to reach EGP 3.
Findings from the EGP and the field of toxicogenomics may also provide new drug discovery targets by using genomics methodologies to help guide selection of new candidate drugs to be put into drug development, Rosenblum says.
The bank is considering financing the purchase of about 2,000 units for these segments, worth EGP 250m.
Meanwhile, Mobinil has inked a syndicated loan agreement worth EGP 815m with the aforesaid four banks.
Under the auspices of the EGP, grants for up to five Comparative Mouse Genomics Centers across the United States and Europe will be made by April 2001.
However, it wasn't a good year for all the films produced, 18 out of the 39 films, could not achieve more than EGP 1m in revenues, and three of which did not even surpass the EGP 100,000 mark.
Three year bonds will amount to EGP four billion, five year bonds to EGP three billion, seven year bonds to EGP three billion, and ten year bonds to EGP two billion.
Following the precedent developed in connection with the Human Genome Project (10,11), there are plans to support research on the ethical, legal, and social implications of the EGP (12).
With UL approval, architects, builders and owners can be confident that Thermique(TM) heated windows are a safe, responsible choice," says Pete Gerhardinger, vice president of technology at EGP.
Government sources said that government agencies, water and wastewater companies, and economic bodies owe over EGP 20bn, while the public sector, pubic companies, hotels, resorts, places of worship, and newspapers' dues reached EGP 7bn.