September 28, 2000
Egypt publishes new guidelines for political candidates which calls on them to commit themselves to the rules of the constitution.
Trading started the week quiet on the Cairo and Alexandria Stock Exchange. There was little news in Cairo to enliven the bourse, and an absence of foreign buyers meant the market was particularly subd
Egypt's Prime Minister Atef Ebeid said Africa's debt problem is the biggest challenge facing the continent and is hindering its a socioeconomic development.
More than 100 private companies are taking part in the 10-day El-Fateh international fair in Libya, including a delegation of Egyptian businessmen. A symposium is being held on the margins of the fai
September 27, 2000
Egyptian police have arrested a former member of Egypt's parliament who was accused of allegedly bribing an official to obtain 2,000 ballots for the f
Talk about proving the media wrong. Lebanse singer Subhi Tawfiq has finally retaliated criticisms on his use of the Egyptian accent by releasing a new
It was definitely not a hard days work; but, nonethless, Saudi police were able to catch a theif who stole from singer Mohammad Abdu, in record time.
It will be a day of firsts for Ihab Tawfiq this 30th of October, when the singer performs his first concert in Iraq.
Thirty years ago on Thursday, Egypt's charismatic president Jamal Abdel Nasser died of a heart attack, leading to a funeral that brought millions of w
Syrian President Bashar al-Assad is due in Egypt Sunday to discuss the Arab-Israeli peace process with Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak.
India's minister of science and technology will visit Cairo next month to meet his Egyptian counterpart and talk with data technology and communications companies on boosting cooperation.
Two months after Union Fenosa Gas signed a natural gas supply deal with the Egyptian General Petroleum Corporation, the Spanish company awarded the contract to design its gas liquefaction plant in Egy
Egypt's telephone directory is to go online in January. The "Easy Call" electronic directory CD containing Egypt's telephone numbers, addresses and Web sites, will be available for only EL15($6).
EgyptCall began offering its cell-phone news service, coinciding with the launch of several touted Egyptian Internet portals.
The head of the General Authority for Investment in Egypt, Mohamed El-Ghamrawi, has announced that the government is considering a new financial and administrative package to attract more investors. H