May 9, 2001
A meeting on the setting up of an Arab free trade area opened proceedings in Rabat this Tuesday, gathering foreign minsters of Jordan, Egypt, Tunisia
An advisor to the Egyptian minister of the economy, Mahmoud Mohiddin, has confirmed that Egypt is considering establishing a database on private secto
The Federation of Egyptian Chambers of Commerce is proposing the establishment of a pan-Arab bank, an idea which will be reviewed at the Arab economic
A Jordanian-Egyptian initiative to halt the bloodshed in the Middle East offers "a real chance" for the peace process, Austrian President Thomas Klest
Egypt has acknowledged that President Hosni Mubarak is under pressure from the United States regarding Cairo's alleged missile cooperation with North
Sudan’s President Omar Bashir will visit Egypt next Sunday for talks with his Egyptian counterpart on bilateral and regional issues.
Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak and his Syrian counterpart Bashar Assad reviewed in a telephone call on Tuesday the latest situation in the Middle Ea
The popular Egyptian revolutionary poet Ahmed Fouad Negm will be making a cameo in the film “Shabab Alal Hawaa.” The film stars Hanan Turk, is set for release this summer
Renowned Egyptian actress Amina Rizq has recovered from a broken leg and reappeared on the set of a series to be screened next Ramadan, “Assirah Al Hilaliyyah.”
The movie “Iben Mawt” (Son of Death), directed by Kamel Al Qalyoubi, has hit a film industry record for actresses refusing roles, apparently because of a rape scene,
The effort to private Telecom Egypt, the country’s national telecom company, progressed one step further last week, as Merrill Lynch and Commercial International Bank were provided a mandate to sell a
The US-based United Defense has been awarded a $21.8-million contract to co-produce 13 improved recovery vehicles—HERCULES—for the Egyptian Army’s land forces.
Revenues from Suez Canal traffic rose during the July 2000-February 2001 period, from $124 billion during the corresponding period a year earlier, to $1.30 billion.
Skoda Auto, the leading Czech car manufacturer, has revealed that Egypt is one of the countries that had offered to construct a local assembly plant.
An application by Iran to join the World Trade Organization will be brought up before the governing council of the financial body this week.