May 7, 2001
The sale of new cars in Egypt was almost entirely suspended as a result of a decision by the Egyptian Minister of Transportation to impose an additional five percent tax on new cars.
May 6, 2001
Qatar’s Foreign Minister Shaikh Hamad bin Jassem bin Jabr Al Thani received on Sunday a written message from his Egyptian counterpart, Amr Moussa, dea
British Ambassador Graham Boyce and Egyptian Minister of Communication and Information Technology Ahmed Nazif inaugurated last week the launch of the
Sudanese President Omar Al Bashir has delayed a planned visit to Egypt on Monday.
The Alexandria Library is Egypt's fourth pyramid, and will play a unique cultural role in the world of intellectuals and knowledge-seekers, according
Jordan’s King Abdullah arrives Sunday in Cairo for talks with Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak on the “latest situation in the Palestinian territories
The Egyptian TV has decided to honor actors, writers and directors of the most marketed 10 drama series, which have been aired since last Ramadan to date.
The back stage areas of the play “Innas Illy Bittaalet” have witnessed a new crisis between the scriptwriter Osama Anwar Ukashah and the play star Riyad al-Khooli.
A recently publicized economic study by the Egyptian Economy and Foreign Commerce Ministry shows that the value of the Egyptian investments in Romania amounted to $1.9 billion by the end of last Septe
A recently publicized economic study by the Egyptian Economy and Foreign Commerce Ministry shows that Egypt is the third largest country in terms of the value of technical and financial aid received f
The Saudi Bakshan Group has recently inaugurated a new hotel in Sharm Al-Shaikh in cooperation with Egyptian investors.
Addressing the third Graduates Employment Symposium, the Egyptian minister of labor and immigration, Ahmed Amawy, revealed that 1.5 million Egyptians are presently unemployed.
Egypt has postponed the signing of a long-awaited association agreement with the European Union to June from May, newspapers and diplomats said on Sunday, May 6. Local newspapers quoted Prime Minister
Israel’s exports to Arab countries in the first quarter of 2001 jumped nine percent, compared with Q1 last year. According to the Israeli press, exports to Arab nations hit $33.45 million this quarter
Egypt is intent on being considered home to a modern, stable and dynamic economy. Therefore it will do all that it can to eliminate any elements of political uncertainty. However, The course of events