August 1, 2001
Israel's ambassador to Cairo complained Tuesday that the Egyptian media was "brainwashing" its people and fuelling the Israeli-Palestinian conflict th
Palestinian President Yasser Arafat held talks Tuesday night with Egyptian Foreign Minister Ahmed Maher on the situation in the occupied Palestinian t
Egyptian director Majdi Abu Amera has nominated Lebleba to star in the TV series Noqtet Nitham (Order Point), meaning the renowned actress will return to the small screen after eight years of absence.
Egyptian director Tareq Issa is set to start shooting his new series Zelzal Fi Qalb Saghir (Earthquake in a Small Heart), costarring Fardos Abdel Hamid and Maha Abu Of
Egypt will submit the film Ahebb Eisht Al Hurriya (I Like Free Living) to the Atlantis International Film Festival in Atlanta next month
The director of the film Abi Fawq Al Shajara (My Father Is Over the Tree), Hussein Kamal, has returned after 10 years of absence, shooting a film depicting Abdel Halim Havez
Egypt, a world leader in the the field of textiles, faces the need to modernize its the spinning and weaving industry. A source of funds may be found under the recently signed EU-Egypt association agr
Kuwait is looking to increase economic ties with Egypt, Salah Khurshid, Kuwait’s Minister of Commerce and Industry, stated at a recent meeting attended by Chairman of Egypt’s Investment Authority Moha
Kakdu, the Saudi company for agricultural development recently stated that it plans to establish an agricultural trade center in Egypt in the near future
The Suez Canal Authority has recently announced that beginning on July 26, large freight vessels carrying as much as 220,000 tons of cargo have been able to pass through the canal.
Egyptian authorities recently decided to speed the privatization process of companies owned jointly by both the state and private individuals.
On Monday, July 30, market activity rose in comparison to last week, as shares traded recorded at 3 million. The PAMI index started off well, rising at the beginning of the session to breach the 6,000
Thirteen Arab countries, with the notable absence of Egypt, Jordan, Morocco and a handful of Gulf states, met Monday, July 30, for the second day to bolster the Muslim world's economic boycott of Isra
A new government project, for the construction of 4,500 housing units in Cairo, is soon expected to commence. The project’s investment costs are estimated at approximately EP 500 million ($127 million
Egyptian exports constitute a dramatically lower portion of the nation’s gross domestic product (GDP) than do exports in neighboring countries.