April 11, 2001
A Bahraini company plans to launch four industrial projects in Syria at a cost of $1.6 billion, the Baath economic weekly reported Tuesday, April 10. Among the projects, which will be launched by t
During a recent visit to Cairo, a Turkish delegation representing the state-owned Pipelines Company (Botas), succeeded in significantly pushing forward bilateral negotiations on the planned Egypt-Turk
April 10, 2001
A delegation from the European Investment Bank arrived in Cairo on Tuesday for talks on setting up joint investment projects.
The Egyptian Government has announced that in cooperation with Microsoft Corporation it is launching an e-government initiative designed to deliver th
The Egyptian parliament on Monday voted to extend Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak's authority to conclude deals for arms purchases and military produ
يستعد الفنان وائل نور لتصوير فيلمه السينمائي الجديد "الطفل العملاق" ليعود به إلى السينما بعد توقف عدة سنوات، الفيلم فكرة وائل نور وسيناريو وحوار يوسف معاطي وإخراج وائل إحسان.
British supermarket group J. Sainsbury said on Monday, April 9, that it had agreed to sell its Egyptian supermarket chain to a minority partner. The group said it had reached a preliminary agreement
Trade ministers from 29 developing countries have postponed a meeting planned for Thursday, April 12, to pave the way the WTO conference in Qatar in November, sources at Egypt's economy ministry said.
Egypt's draft budget for fiscal year 2001-2002 calls for creating 700,000 public-sector jobs for young people, Information Minister Safwat Sherif said in remarks published on Monday, April 9. "The bu
The African Development Bank (ADB) Group has confirmed that it will be opening a country office in Cairo. The decision is in line with the bank's stated policy of bringing the institution closer to re
Trade between Egypt and Kenya has grown considerably over the past three years. From $109-million worth of business in 1998, the trade volume increased to $215 million in 1999 and to $229 million in 2
Despite announcing the development of an independent Nile water policy last year, Egypt has carefully avoided being drawn into controversy with other countries of the Nile basin.
April 9, 2001
One of Britain's largest food retailers, Sainsburys, has announced it is pulling out of Egypt with expected losses of more than a hundred-and-fifty mi
Oman and Egypt will sign a memorandum of understanding (MoU) to enhance cooperation the agriculture field.
Syrian director Mohammad Malas is currently producing a film about the late Egyptian composer Sayed Darwish.