April 2, 2001
Visitors to GITEX Cairo will have a chance to see Intel’s newest wireless Internet technology in action.
An Egyptian trade delegation led by Public Enterprise Minister Mukhtar Khattab arrived in Baghdad Sunday, April 1, for a visit of several days to discuss bilateral cooperation, the official INA agency
The board of directors of the Pharmaceuticals conglomerate, Glaxo-SmithKline, has approved the establishment of an antibiotics plant in Algeria.
Questions are being raised about Egypt’s designs on the Nile River water flowing northward, with certain of the country’s southern neighbors suspicious that Cairo is siphoning more water than it deser
Egyptian Company for Mobile Services –ECMS (EMOB.CA) held its ordinary general assembly on March 31, which approved retention of FY2000 profits to satisfy operational requirements. The board of direct
On Thursday, March 29, investor sentiment remained bearish, as stocks moved lower in weak trading. Lakah Group (HCFI.CA) saw the highest volumes during the session, but plunged 4.96 percent to LE1.34.
April 1, 2001
Egypt’s economy ministry has adopted a new strategy for increasing Egyptian exports.
Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak gave the new US administration an earful on the Middle East conflict and other issues as he arrived in Washington Sat
The Film Association Festival jury has awarded Ahmad Zaki the best actor prize for his role in the film “Land of Fear” while Liblibah was awarded the best actress prize
The United Arab Emirates, Egypt, Lebanon and Jordan are leading the way in building an Arab Internet economy by laying its legal, banking and communications foundations, a US consulting firm said Thur
On Wednesday, March 28, investor sentiment remained decidedly bearish. The telecom sector was slammed, as MobiNiL (EMOB. CA) declined 4.02 percent to LE56.78 while Orascom Telecom –OT (ORTE.CA) fell 4
NIRAB (UNAR.CA) announced FY2000 results ending December, in which NAI plunged 64 percent to LE8.8 million compared to LE24.4 million in FY99.The NAI drop came on the back of a 66.6 percent increase i
March 31, 2001
Egypt's trade deficit dropped by nearly £E10 billion ($2.6 billion) last year.
French President Jacques Chirac and his Egyptian counterpart Hosni Mubarak said late Friday they were "very worried" by the escalating Israeli-Palesti
March 30, 2001
An Egyptian parliamentary delegation headed by Speaker Ahmed Fathy Srour left Cairo Friday for Cuba to attend the conference of the International Parl