May 3, 2001
Egypt is hoping to raise 25 billion Egyptian pounds in foreign investments over the next five years to help offset the economic slowdown it is experiencing.
Since its acquisition of 66 percent of Torah Cement (TORA.CA),Suez Cement (SUCE.CA /SUCEq.L) for the first time recognized Torah Cement and Suez Bag Company (SBAG.CA). Suez Cement released its FY2000
On Monday, April 30, the CASE remained stable with most investors eyeing Helwan Cement (HELW.CA). The stock distributed a cash dividend of LE5.0/share, but only dropped LE2.98 to LE41.85. Other cement
May 2, 2001
In a move to connect more institutions and firms to the information superhighway, Egyptian Internet companies are gearing up to provide free services.
Sudanese President Omar Bashir will pay a short visit to Cairo in the middle of next week to discuss the regional and international developments in ad
Egypt’s streets now host two million homeless children, and many of them are prey to drug pushers, according to a recently released report.
Egyptian Foreign Minister Amr Moussa left Saudi Arabia on Tuesday after discussing the Israeli-Palestinian conflict with Saudi officials, following a
Convening for the first time in the Occupied Territories, Israel's "security cabinet" met Wednesday in the West Bank settlement of Ofra, where on Tues
Egypt’s international film company powerhouse, Yousef Shahin, plans to produce a number of short narrative films exploring the lives of the most prominent women
Hanan Tork, the ballet dancer and actress, with her expressive brown eyes, lustrous dark hair and flawless olive skin, burst onto the scene in 1991,
Laila Elwi has decided to back out of directing after witnessing the directorial debacle of Nour al-Sherif, whose work failed to hit the box office.
The celebrated Egyptian actress Samiha Ayoub has been honored in Kuwait for her remarkable work on behalf of the stage arts,
Khaled Youssef, director of "Al Assefah" (The Storm), is currently filming the movie "Gawaz Bekarar Gomhoury" (Marriage by Presidential Decision).
Russia's Prime Minister Mikhail Kasyanov has issued an edict that gives an official stamp of approval to a series of agreements with Egypt, concluded last week during the visit to Moscow by President
Kuwait has turned down an Egyptian proposal to invest in an oil refinery because it is partly owned by Israel and "unfeasible" economically, Kuwaiti Oil Minister Adel al-Sebeih said in a report publis