March 25, 2001
Egypt's revenue from tourism, the country's biggest source of income, rose by one billion dollars from July to September 2000 compared with the previous year, President Hosni Mubarak was quoted saying
Egypt must "stabilize and clarify" its trade regulations to fall in line with the economic association agreement it initialed in January, said European Union (EU) Trade Commissioner Pascal Lamy Saturd
Al Watany Bank of Egypt (WATA.CA) held its ordinary general assembly yesterday, which approved distribution of an LE3/share cash dividend starting April 5. The board of directors also discussed the im
On Wednesday, March 21, the market gave up its gains from the past two days. Investors continued to focus on blue-chip shares. Telecoms were hammered, as MobiNiL (EMOB.CA) fell 2.66 percent to LE61.52
March 24, 2001
Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak will visit Paris next Friday en route to Washington for talks with US President George W. Bush.
Five people charged over the illegal dumping of a radioactive cylinder last June were sentenced on March 17 to different jail terms.
Human Rights Watch, an international organization based in New York, has criticized child labor practices in Egypt's agricultural cooperatives for vio
Egyptian Economic Minister Boutros Ghali on Thursday announced that the long-awaited multi-million-dollar gas pipeline will pass through Jordan to nei
A few weeks ago the Arab world remembered the 28th anniversary of one of its most famous comedian actors, Ismael Yaseen.
After an absence of two years, the great Egyptian singer Ali al-Hajjar returns to his audience in a new album featuring his own music and lyrics
Inspite of winning international awards for his movie Jannat al-Shayateen, the famous Egyptian star Mahmoud Hemeida is suffering both physical and mental pain
March 23, 2001
Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon said Friday that he did not ask US President George W. Bush's administration to stop Washington's aid to Egypt, af
Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak said Egypt will adopt a new stance toward Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon if there is any substance to reports he
March 22, 2001
Six Egyptian newspapers have decided to halt printing as of March 31 if the authorities remain intransigent regarding lifting a ban imposed on Asha’b
Britain's BP Amoco PLC said it has agreed with Italy's ENI SpA and Egyptian General Petroleum Corp. to build a gas-liquefaction plant in Egypt.