September 17, 2000
Work has started on a 10-million-dollar project to clear earth blocking the flow of the River Nile, using machinery supplied by the Egyptian governmen
The European Investment Bank seeks to take a leading role in financing a natural gas line to be built from Egypt to Israel and Turkey by Israeli-Egypt
An 11-year-old Egyptian girl has been banned from classes at the French school in Alexandria for wearing the Islamic headscarf.
In a bid to attract more ships to the Suez Canal, Egyptian authorities have approved a five-year project to build a side navigation route that will sh
Egypt's oil ministry has outlined an ambitious plan to expand the role of the Egyptian and foreign private capital in funding oil projects nationwide over the next ten years.
Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak last week inaugurated the giant Sidi Krir power generating station, with 640-megawatt capacity.
Arab states last year found 45 new oil fields, 19 of them in Egypt, a recent report said.
The long-waited Euromoney Conference begins here today, as a host of ministers and macroeconomic experts from both sides of the Mediterranean gather in Cairo's Semiramis Intercontinental Hotel to disc
Despite claims by Prime Minister Atef Ebeid that the government planned to maintain a stable exchange rate against the dollar, the price of US currency has began a gradual rise to unprecedented highs.
The sale price for dollars has reached EL3.68 in the foreign exchange market, prompting some to blame the Central Bank for the drop in dollars available, a newspaper reported.
Egypt has announced its budget deficit of EL13.761 billion will be financed through loans from local and foreign markets, fueling pessimism triggered by the country's recession. The announcement was m
Spun off Orascom Technologies last year, Orascom Telecom (OT) is one of Egypt's most exciting companies today, investing heavily and entering numerous international ventures. Analysts and brokers, bot
The Egyptian stock exchange's Hermes index fell four percent in the past week as the shares of its two major companies, Mobinil and Egypt Media, declined in value, a Saudi-based financial institute sa
September 16, 2000
Samira Ahmad completely denies that Faten Hamama is a diva who caused the postponement of her newest series.
An explosive scene in Najla’s Fathi’s newest film is set to make great waves.