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
March 29, 2001
Fourteen Egyptian activists went into a hunger strike on Thursday to protest a decision by the authorities to bar them from delivering donations to th
Hundreds of Egyptians will visit Israel this year to learn farming techniques, despite a cooling of political ties between the two countries, Israel's ambassador Zvi Mazel said here Wednesday, march 2
A senior member of parliament in Canada's governing Liberal Party called Wednesday for one of his colleagues to resign from the cabinet after he was quoted as criticizing a Canadian company doing busi
Orascom Construction Industries (OCIC.CA) announced that it will hold its FY2000 general assembly on April 10,2001. The GA will cover the year’s performance and amend financial results. Sinai Cement (
On Tuesday, March 27, investor sentiment remained unchanged pressuring the PAMI downwards once again. The telecom sector was badly hit yesterday as MobiNiL (EMOB.CA) broke its major support level of L
March 28, 2001
Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak will hold discussions with the President of the World Bank, James Wolfenson, regarding the bank’s plan to finance pro
Lebanese artist Diana Haddad was selected by the Egyptian Organization for Cinema Critics and Writers as the best female singer of the year 2000
Housing & Development Bank (HDBK.CA) held its ordinary general assembly on March 25, which approved FY2000 financial statements and the distribution of coupon #21 of LE4.00/share starting April 1
On Sunday, March 25, the market recovered slightly in relatively quiet trading. Investors focused on blue-chip shares, which generally moved higher across the board. Telecoms contributed to the market
Egypt's trade deficit last year decreased by nearly 10 billion pounds (around $2.6 billion), the state-run news agency MENA reported on Tuesday, March 27. The trade deficit stood at 32.42 billion pou
March 27, 2001
BP signed an agreement with Egyptian General Petroleum Corp. and ENI that provides for a LNG facility to be built at the port of Damietta by BP and ENI.
The signs are good that Egypt and Germany have formulated a means by which Germany can provide Egypt with both tax relief and financial assistance.