May 15, 2001
Egypt is currently conducting negotiations with the African Development Bank in an effort to acquire a $400 million loan package on favorable terms, reports <I>Al-Hayat</I> daily.
The Egyptian government has recently decided to consider offering new incentives to investors willing to purchase failing public sector companies.
May 14, 2001
The Egyptian Press Association is organizing a writers’ strike on May 15 to support the Palestinians on the 53rd anniversary of the loss of their home
The leader of the opposition Sudanese Umma Party, Al Sadeq Al Mahdi, asserted on Sunday that the Egyptian-Libyan initiative was the best option for re
Egypt has fallen under media scrutiny for the practice of denying citizenship to the children of foreign fathers, an especially harsh measure given wi
Egyptian press reports indicate that a new foreign minister, whose identity is still unknown, will be sworn in two days after incumbent Amr Moussa bec
Egypt and Sudan have agreed to put their bilateral relations back on track.
Egyptian cinema’s answer to Don Juan, Kamal Al Shinnawi, will soon be back on the big screen after a long absence. He will be shooting his new film “Al Futuwwat”
On the 50th anniversary of the release of its first issue in 1951, a French cinema magazine organized a ceremony that included the screening of 50 films
Egyptian actress Mervat Amin is preparing to costar in the new comedy “Nisaa Taht Attamrin” (Ladies In Training), along with Mahmoud Abel Aziz
President Husni Mubarak held talks on Sunday, May 13, with International Monetary Fund Managing Director Horst Koehler, Egypt's official Middle East News Agency said. Prime Minister Atif Ubaid and th
Egypt’s minister of water resources & irrigation has recently stated that his country’s water policy aims at keeping the Nile River out the current water crisis in the Middle East.
Egypt plans to launch its third mobile telephone network in December 2002, once the five-year exclusivity period for the currently operating companies ends.
Egyptian President Mubarak and Sudanese President Bashir ended a one-day summit in Sharm Al-Shaikh on Sunday, having discussed political initiatives as well as economic bilateral cooperation.
HSBC Bank, previously known as the Egyptian British Bank, has recently begun taking measures to merge with Misr International Credit Bank.