September 3, 2000
Preparations are underway to sell 20 percent of Egypt Telecom, the government telecommunications monopoly. An international company, KPMG, is currently reviewing Egypt Telecom’s balance sheets, before
The Egyptian minister of transportation, Ibrahim Al-Demeiry, has recently said that the government has prepared a development plan for the Alexandria seaport, with an estimated price of EP 800 million
Onyx, an offshoot of French conglomerate Vivendi, signed Sunday a €500 million ($450 million) contract to keep the Egyptian city of Alexandria clean over the next 15 years.
September 2, 2000
Faten Hamama and Athar EL Hakim come back for Ramadan.
Khaled Youssef, director of the smash hit movie <I>Al Asifa</I>, denied reports of his movie’s lack of taste and bias towards Kuwait the only way he c
Onyx, an offshoot of French conglomerate Vivendi, has signed a 450-million-dollar-contract to keep the Egyptian city of Alexandria clean over the next
The Smart Billiah “Billiah Dmaghoh Aliah” A comedy starring the Egyptian actor, Mohammed Honeidi, who also starred in the two former blockbusters “S
One of the most famous songstresses of the Arab world, Latifa has secured her stature within a very competitive industry with hardly any effort. Her n
Egyptian actors are trying to raise the standard of their festivals by donating prizes and money to the events.
The rumor mill has recently been revolving around Egyptian mega-star Yusra, claiming that the actress in suffering from a potentially fatal ailment. H
The Egyptian opposition party, Al- Wafd, has elected a new leader, Numan Jumaa on Friday. The vote followed the death last month of Fuad Seraggedin wh
Egyptian textile exports reach EP 1.61 billion in first half of 2000 The value of Egyptian cotton and industrial textile product exports increased by 26 percent between the first halves of 1999 and 2
The Suez Cement Company posted EP 130 million profits during the first half of 2000. In addition, the company generated EP 100 million revenues last June from selling its 52,000 share holdings in the
The president of the Egyptian stock exchange authority, Abdul-Hameed Ibrahim, was quoted in <I>Al-Hayat</I>, stating that the average monthly trade value of this market has increased from EP 2.7 billi
September 1, 2000
The Egyptian companies are likely to mark their participation in UAE's Gitex Dubai 2000, which will be held at the Dubai World Trade Center from Octob