September 10, 2000
Prime Minister Atef Obeid has outlined a plan to kick start the Egyptian economy that includes curbs on imports and a program to support "honest debtors."
Egyptian exports to Iraq will rise to US$1.2 billion this year, compared to $400 million in 1999. Egypt's main exports to Iraq include cereals, sugar, medicines, medical equipment and cars.
A wave of credit card theft and forgery is sweeping Egypt, according to officials cited by the daily <I>Al Alam Al Youm</I>.
According to a recent report in <I>Al-Borsa Al-Masriya</I> magazine, the Egyptian Suez Canal Bank posted a net operating income of EP 35 million in the first three months of 2000, compared to 26.6 mil
September 9, 2000
The former Egyptian royal family is now visiting Morocco, where they will celebrate the 13th birthday of Prince Farid Addine, grandson of King Farouk.
There are growing fears that a wave of agrarian violence could hit rural areas of Egypt and sweep across the country. This is thanks to a rent liberal
Majida Al Roumi will donate money to the Egyptian Journalist’s Union on her next trip to Cairo.
Mahmoud Himeida has placed most of his eggs in one basket by spending 2 million Egyptian Pounds on his latest movie.
Nada Basyouni is suffering from a depression and here’s why!
The number of women in Egypt using contraceptives has doubled in the last fifteen years helping decrease population growth by 4.5 million people a yea
September 8, 2000
Hussein Fahmy, Adel Imam and Safia El Omari were honored by the Egyptian Ministry of Foreign Affairs at a dinner in Egypt on Sunday.
September 7, 2000
Despite his criminal record, Hatem Thul Fiqar, has asked that he be allowed to act again on the Egyptian Silver Screen.
An Egyptian magazine has charged the Egyptian radio and television network with banning Um Kulthum’s national songs.
Nadia Mustafa changes the title of her latest album to Shaduny Eneik.
After a state of confusion, Leila Ghufran has finally decided on what song to shoot from her newest album.