June 10, 2001
The Egyptian International Fairs and Market Public Authority is expected is organizing an Egyptian Products Fair in the Iranian capital of Tehran from June 27 to July 2, 2001.
The Egyptian government is expected to approve a new law protecting market competition and preventing monopolies. In 1998, approximately 3.5 million local dealers demanded that the government invoke a
The Arab Economic Union (AEU) vowed Friday, June 8, to mobilize to boost inter-Arab trade levels over the coming five years to 20 percent of total external trade for all Arab states, the INA news agen
June 9, 2001
Egypt has seen substantial increases in foreign investments in the past several months.
In a sign that the government has won this round of a battle over a new tax, hundreds of Egyptian merchants have started reopening their shops on Cair
The first woman to head Egypt’s television station, Tumader Tawfiq, died Friday at the age of 80.
A lawmaker from Egypt’s Ahrar opposition party, Ragab Hilal Hamidah, has asked that Prime Minister Atef Ebeid be brought before Parliament to answer q
CIA chief George Tenet, on a regional tour aimed at bolstering the Palestinian-Israeli ceasefire, met in Cairo Saturday with Egyptian President Hosni
At a cost of EP10 million, an Olympic swimming pool was inaugurated in Luxor, Egypt, with the aim of promoting sports tourism in the fascinating old c
Russia beat Egypt Friday in the Paris four-team basketball tournament, in which France and Slovenia are also taking part.
Egypt’s national basketball team is due to meet their Jordanian and Qatari counterparts in two friendly matches in Cairo on June 22 and 27 respectivel
Ahli and Ghazal Mahilla will meet for the Egypt Cup soccer final next Friday after they snatched wins Friday from Kanaa and Maaden respectively.
The speaker of Egypt’s Parliament, Ahmed Srour, on Friday denied reports that he would hold talks with Israel’s representative to a meeting on interna
The London-based human rights watchdog, Amnesty International, said Friday it was "gravely concerned about the ongoing detention" of 54 young Egyptian
The Arab economic conference due in Cairo in November is set to discuss a proposal to establish an Arab bank to provide financing for joint Arab inves