April 19, 2001
After undergoing 34 surgical operations and years of waiting, Samah Anwar returns to movie studios as a director. She has recently abandoned her wheel chair
The Austrian Minister of Economy, Martin Partinstien, has recently visitied Cairo in a visit aimed at supporting the special initiative designed with the objective of promoting incoming Austrian inves
April 18, 2001
According to the Egyptian statistics authorities, the number of jobless people in Egypt has reached 1.4818 million.
The Egyptian electricity and energy generating sector gives priority to supplying energy to the national project for cultivating 400,000 acres in Sina
Egypt’s premier, Atef Ebeid, conveyed on Tuesday a verbal message from President Hosni Mubarak to Sheikh Jaber Al Ahmed Al Sabah, Emir of Kuwait on th
Under the headline “Government building ivory castles while millions live in dungeons,” the English daily, Egyptian Gazette assailed the Ministry of H
A preliminary report on the crash of EgyptAir in October 1999 will on Wednesday be handed to Egyptian investigators by US officials probing the incide
Singer Ali Hajjar is embarking on his first experience of drawing. He will present his first exhibition which includes 24 paintings inspired by the late Salah Jahin
Egyptian Singer Mohamed al-Helou was arrested and held in prison on 3 charges of bounced checks following a court prison sentence of 7 years,
The Artists will participate in the seventh Tunisian Spring Festival which will take place in the town of Qairawan during the period between 19 and 24 April, 2001
Egyptian balance of trade was a negative EP 32.371 billion between January and December of 2000, compared with a negative EP 42.235 figure for the same period the previous year.
The Austrian Minister of Economy has recently concluded a visit to Cairo, with the specific agenda on hand of supporting the special initiative of promoting incoming Austrian investments into Egypt.
The Egyptian Minister of Agriculture recently stated that the 60-million Egyptian pound loan, provided to the Agricultural Services Project in the Western Nobariya Region by the World Agricultural Dev
The Egyptian Ministry of Foreign Commerce and Economy has asserted that recent measures aimed at regulating the foreign currency exchange market in Egypt have not affected the inflow of foreign invest
The World Bank has decided to grant a $200 million loan package to Egypt during 2001. According to <I>Al-Morakeb Al-Inmai</I> magazine, these loans will finance economic and social development project