July 4, 2001
Diplomatic sources in Jordan say Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon has sought US help with his plan to change the peace treaty signed with Egypt in
The editor in chief and managing director of the Cairo-based Al Ahram daily on Tuesday announced that he had won his sixth term as the head of the Egy
Egypt and North Africa are preparing to counter a potential security threat from Libya, claims a report by Stratfor Strategic Forecasting.
Pirating of computer products fell 56 percent last year in comparison with 19 percent the year before.
The ruling Sudanese National Conference Party leadership has unconditionally agreed to an Egyptian-Libyan peace initiative calling for the creation of
Spain’s Real Madrid has agreed to meet Egypt’s Ahli soccer team in the first week of August for two million dollars to be paid by a private company.
Egypt’s team will meet the Greek army team in the World Military Cup final match on Friday.
Egypt’s soccer team will on Wednesday face a challenge in their semifinal match against Ghana in the FIFA’s World Youth Championship in Argentina.
Kuwaiti Defense Minister Jaber Mubarak Al Sabah arrived in Cairo Tuesday to complete a $120 million deal for an Egyptian air defense system.
Director Wafiq Wajdi is working on a series of television episodes portraying the modern history of Egypt.
The value of French exports to Egypt during the current year 2001 was estimated at 10 billion francs ($1.3 billion), by the economic and commercial Advisor of the French Embassy in Cairo.
Many Egyptian officials quietly voice concern that, within the framework of the new EU partnership agreement, Egypt’s status as the economic powerhouse of the south-eastern Mediterranean would be erod
On Sunday, July 1, the market gapped upwards and remained at the top. Market sentiment seems to be improving as Egypt’s oversubscribed bond issue has spurred confidence in investors. The active PAMI i
Following the recent passing of a parliament law giving Egypt the green light to issue dollar-denominated eurobonds, the government made a $1.5 billion eurobond issue on Friday, June 29.
The Washington, D.C.-based International Finance Corporation has announced that it will lend $6 million to ORIX Leasing Egypt, SAE.