Egypt is hoping to implement a smart card system at the start of 2014 for fuel purchases by vehicle drivers, Petroleum Minister Sherif Ismail said on Tuesday.
The finance ministry said in July it planned to phase in the card syste
Egypt will begin using smart cards in the next few weeks to distribute gasoline and diesel, Oil Minister Sherif Haddara said, in a step towards meeting IMF terms for a loan.
The first smart cards will go to fuel stations and then
Bahrain is set to be the first Gulf country to allow GCC nationals to complete all official procedures - whether governmental and non-governmental - using only their identity smart cards.
Other GCC countries are expected to follow
Bahrain is expected to be the first Gulf country to allow GCC nationals to complete all official procedures using only their identity smart card, said a senior government official.
Other GCC countries are expected to follow suit,
New sales of Orbit Showtime will offer up to 75 exclusive premium channels on one smart card on Nilesat offering a choice of first run movies, international sports, Western, Arabic, and Filipino entertainment from August 14.
Mediterranean Smart Cards Company (MSCC), a leading smart card processing company in Africa, has reported an increase of 17 per cent in its client base in 2008 over 2007.
In 2008, MSCC’s growth in revenue increased by 41 per cent, while pr
Al Rajhi Bank has installed advanced Automatic Teller Machines (ATMs) across Saudi Arabia that accept chip-cards based on international standards.
Visa operates the world’s largest retail electronic payments network and has provided techni
BAHRAINIS will be allowed to enter Saudi Arabia using only their Smart Card from today (December 4, 2007).
Saudis will be able to travel to Bahrain using only an identification card, reported Gulf Daily News.
Bahrainis will not be
The first regional conference on cyber crime commenced in Cairo today (November 26). The two-day regional conference will examine cyber crime in six different sessions. Experts from international and professional backgrounds in crimin
Bahrain's Smart Card project has won a top award at an international IT conference held in New Delhi.
Central Informatics Organisation president Mohammed Al Amer received the award at the e-India 2007 conference and exhibition.