April 4, 2001
On Monday, April 2, stocks recovered slightly, as the market rose in brisker trading. Telecoms moved in opposite directions, as MobiNiL (EMOB.CA) nudged 1.28 percent lower to LE52.26 while Orascom Tel
April 3, 2001
New barcode technology to be featured at GITEX Cairo, April 4th-7th, could provide solutions to help improve the handling, transportation and distribu
Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak and President George W. Bush vowed Monday to cooperate on forging Middle East peace, but the US leader gave no sign h
This is the second film made about Anwar al-Sadat. The first, an American film from the early eighties, was banned in Egypt.
On Sunday, April 1, investor sentiment remained worsened, as stocks tumbled across the board in anemic volumes. Lakah Group (HCFI.CA) saw the highest volumes during the session while plummeting 4.48 p
Questions are being raised about Egypt’s designs on the water flowing northward through the Nile River, with certain of the country’s southern neighbors suspicious that Cairo is siphoning more water t
April 2, 2001
The highest religious authority for Sunni Muslims, Al Azhar, has issued a fatwa – a religious ruling – banning women from acting as surrogate mothers,
Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak, the first Arab leader to meet President George W. Bush, is expected on MOnday to try and persuade the new US preside
The renowned Egyptian actress, Faten Hamamah, has finally decided to quit her cinema career. She sees her film “Land of Dreams” as her last film.
New barcode technology to be featured at GITEX Cairo will provide solutions to help improve the handling, transport and distribution of IT component imports. It is particularly relevant to Egypt becau
Visitors to GITEX Cairo will have a chance to see Intel’s newest wireless Internet technology in action.
An Egyptian trade delegation led by Public Enterprise Minister Mukhtar Khattab arrived in Baghdad Sunday, April 1, for a visit of several days to discuss bilateral cooperation, the official INA agency
The board of directors of the Pharmaceuticals conglomerate, Glaxo-SmithKline, has approved the establishment of an antibiotics plant in Algeria.
Questions are being raised about Egypt’s designs on the Nile River water flowing northward, with certain of the country’s southern neighbors suspicious that Cairo is siphoning more water than it deser
Egyptian Company for Mobile Services –ECMS (EMOB.CA) held its ordinary general assembly on March 31, which approved retention of FY2000 profits to satisfy operational requirements. The board of direct