June 5, 2001
The Egyptian Delta Bank recently commenced talks with four international financial associations regarding the acquisition of a $65 million loan package.
Head of the Cairo and Alexandria bourses, Sameh Turgaman, asserted that wages of bourse employees are based on official labor rules and regulation lists.
June 4, 2001
25 Palestinians were injured, two seriously, Monday when Israeli troops shelled areas at the southern Gaza Strip on the border with Egypt.
The Arab Thought Institution (ATI) was officially launched in Cairo Sunday, as an initiative by Saudi Prince Khalid al Faisal.
Egypt’s Youth National Team in Chile for Friendly Tournament -- Albawaba.com© 2001 Al Bawaba (www.albawaba.com)
Egypt’s ruling National Democratic Party (NDP) has won 20 of the 24 seats in the second round of the Shura elections.
Syrian President Bashar Al Assad and his Egyptian counterpart Hosni Mubarak discussed Sunday in a telephone conversation "threats directed against the
Egyptian and US Marine forces conducted Sunday maneuvers dubbed "Eagle Hunter 2001" in Egypt.
Egypt Beats Sudan, Advances to ANC’s Final -- Albawaba.com© 2001 Al Bawaba (www.albawaba.com)
Youssef Shaaban, head of the Egyptian Actors Guild, toured liberated villages in south Lebanon on Tuesday and threw stones onto the Israeli side of the border.
Major Egyptian producers Mohsen Jaber, Nasr Mahrouss and Tareq Abdulla are signing an agreement to coordinate the release dates for their albums this summer,
The weekend stream of violence between Israelis and Palestinians drove the Cairo stock exchange three percent lower on Sunday, June 3. The Hermes Financial Index closed at 6,342.76 points—194.64 poin
The chairman of the Egyptian Airports Company, Nagy Samuel, has recently confirmed that it has been decided to offer some of the company’s shares to the public.
After maintaining a smoke screen for several days, the Israel-based Merhav announced that it was selling its stake in the Middle East Oil Refinery (Midor) in Egypt.
All Egyptian diplomatic missions to member nations of the COMESA are now required to endorse the organization’s certificates in order to ease the exportation of goods into Egypt.