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Sunday, 12 September 2021

Edita rolls out e-invoicing system + Vodafone wants to use TE network

Snackfood maker Edita has fully rolled out its e-invoicing system, coming in compliance with the Tax Authority’s requirement that all invoices be logged with the Finance Ministry’s online platform, according to a company press release (pdf). The requirements were introduced last year in a bid to crack down on tax evasion and ensure companies register with the authority.

Other things we’re keeping an eye on this morning:

  • Vodafone is in talks with Telecom Egypt to use part of the state telecom operator’s network to provide its own landline services, Al Borsa reports (pdf).
  • We’ve received the first two of 70 trains for the monorail project from French rolling stock manufacturer Alstom, according to a company press release (pdf).
  • Talabat’s customers will be able to pay for their orders using digital wallets next year, CEO Hadeer Shalaby said according to Al Mal.

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