May 10, 2001
The Misr-Iran Development Bank, the Misr International Bank and the Egyptian American Bank have recently offered new long-term investment options in the Egyptian markets.
The National Egyptian Tunnels Authority recently concluded the required legal procedures to establish the first Egyptian joint stock company dealing with tunnels.
Egyptian Public Business Sector Minister, Mukhtar Khatab, stated that the Egyptian government has no intention of privatizing either the Suez Canal Authority, universities or railways.
Local banking sources expect the Egyptian Central Bank to lower the reserve rate from 15 to 10 percent in the near future, reports <I>Al-Sharq Al-Awsat</I> daily.
At the beginning of the week, it was reported that the that the Egyptian government has decided to delay the signing of the association agreement with the European Union, which was expected to take pl
May 9, 2001
A meeting on the setting up of an Arab free trade area opened proceedings in Rabat this Tuesday, gathering foreign minsters of Jordan, Egypt, Tunisia
An advisor to the Egyptian minister of the economy, Mahmoud Mohiddin, has confirmed that Egypt is considering establishing a database on private secto
The Federation of Egyptian Chambers of Commerce is proposing the establishment of a pan-Arab bank, an idea which will be reviewed at the Arab economic
A Jordanian-Egyptian initiative to halt the bloodshed in the Middle East offers "a real chance" for the peace process, Austrian President Thomas Klest
Egypt has acknowledged that President Hosni Mubarak is under pressure from the United States regarding Cairo's alleged missile cooperation with North
Sudan’s President Omar Bashir will visit Egypt next Sunday for talks with his Egyptian counterpart on bilateral and regional issues.
Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak and his Syrian counterpart Bashar Assad reviewed in a telephone call on Tuesday the latest situation in the Middle Ea
The popular Egyptian revolutionary poet Ahmed Fouad Negm will be making a cameo in the film “Shabab Alal Hawaa.” The film stars Hanan Turk, is set for release this summer
Renowned Egyptian actress Amina Rizq has recovered from a broken leg and reappeared on the set of a series to be screened next Ramadan, “Assirah Al Hilaliyyah.”
The movie “Iben Mawt” (Son of Death), directed by Kamel Al Qalyoubi, has hit a film industry record for actresses refusing roles, apparently because of a rape scene,