September 5, 2000
An agreement covering the future development of a liquefied natural gas (LNG) export project in Egypt has been signed by the Egyptian General Petroleum Corporation (EGPC), BG International and Italy's
Here is a press release of BG concerning the appraisal wells success drilling in Egypt: BG International and its partner, Edison International, today announced the drilling of two successful appraisal
The money transfers from the Egyptian expatriates abroad, which were extremely low in 1999, exceeded $1 billion in the first quarter of 2000. These transfers will help Egypt reduce its current account
The Egyptian government is considering an ambitious plan to expand the public and private roles in funding oil projects.
The Egyptian minister of petroleum, Sameh Fahmi, was reported in <I>Al-Ahram</I> daily, revealing that over the course of the last 10 months, the local natural gas reserves had increased from 36 trill
An Egyptian multimillionaire and key national business figure, Rami Lakah, is reported to have fled the country, leaving behind some LE 1.5 billion in bank loans. Lakah was one of Egypt's top ten busi
September 4, 2000
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September 3, 2000
The Egyptian consulate in Saudi Arabia, Moshen Baha Al-Dein Kamel, has recently estimated the value of Egyptian-Saudi exchanges in 1999 at $797.5 million. This figure is said to be equivalent to Egypt
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