June 25, 2001
Egypt was among the six countries added on Friday, June 22, to the blacklist of money-laundering nations.
During the first half of 2001, the Egyptian Natural Gas Company (Gasco) signed contracts to export 200,000 tons of propane to various European petrochemicals manufacturing companies.
A 200-million Egyptian pound ($51.5 million) aluminum sheet plant is currently under construction in the October 6th City.
A new tax amendment proposal has been brought before the Egyptian cabinet, which would decrease tax rates in certain sectors from 40 to 25 percent, and lower the cut-off point for tax exemption from 2
June 24, 2001
Middle East issues and economic cooperation will be discussed at the fifth round of meetings by the Higher Egyptian-Lebanese Joint Committee on Sunday
Two new cases of E.coli have been confirmed by health officials in Suffolk, England, taking the total number of cases to 16. Three of the victims cont
Egypt’s handball team has received separate invitations from seven European countries to play against them in preparation for the World Cup in Morocco
Egypt’s youth soccer team has qualified for the second round of the World Cup after beating Finland 2-1. They will face the US on Wednesday.
The Egyptian Mufti, Sheikh Naser Farid Wassel, said this week that the exigencies of daily life had made all types of insurance a necessity.
Egypt and the US have agreed to intensify their efforts to "help" the Palestinians and Israelis fully implement the Mitchell report recommendations, s
The Sci-Fi Channel will launch the epic story Maatkara, an online animated series, which chronicles the adventures of an Egyptian princess, on June 28,
Samir Al Jamal has asked the head of the Egyptian TV and Radio Union to help demolish obstacles in the path of the first Egyptian-Syrian television series, Maa Wa Demaa
Mystery surrounds the death of the renowned Arab cinema star Suad Hosni and the last few hours before her fall from the window on the sixth floor of a residential building in London.
British police have begun an investigation into the death of Arab cinema's Cinderella, Suad Hosni, after she fell from a building in the Maida Vale district of London on Friday,
Egyptian Nobel Prize winner Nagib Mahfouz’s story Nour Al Qamar (Moonlight) will soon be illuminating television screens,