Egypt

March 28, 2001

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Egypt's trade deficit last year decreased by nearly 10 billion pounds (around $2.6 billion), the state-run news agency MENA reported on Tuesday, March 27.  The trade deficit stood at 32.42 billion pou

March 27, 2001

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BP signed an agreement with Egyptian General Petroleum Corp. and ENI that provides for a LNG facility to be built at the port of Damietta by BP and ENI.

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The signs are good that Egypt and Germany have formulated a means by which Germany can provide Egypt with both tax relief and financial assistance.

March 26, 2001

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Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak has voiced confidence that media accounts were mistaken in reporting that Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon sought

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What are the reasons behind the Egyptian super star Amr Diab's plan to leave Cairo and move to Beirut?

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A new Egyptian film, called "Girls' Secrets" is breaking taboos with the story of a teenage girl who becomes pregnant and confronts an unforgiving, conservative society.

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The Italian Finmatica will feature business-to-business Internet solutions in GITEX Cairo 2001, to be held April 4-7 at the Cairo International Conference Center.

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Egyptian General Petroleum Company (EGPC) has signed in Cairo an agreement for the development of a LNG plant in Egypt and its marketing with Eni - through its subsidiary Snam S.p.A. and BP.

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Egyptian General Petroleum Company (EGPC) has signed in Cairo an agreement for the development of a LNG plant in Egypt and its marketing with Eni - through its subsidiary Snam S.p.A. and BP.

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Britain’s BP Amoco PLC and Italy's Eni SpA have announced plans to build a liquefied natural gas plant in the Egyptian port of Damietta, as part of a joint project worth up to $2 billion.

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Orascom Construction Industries –OCI (OCIC.CA) along with two other partners have submitted the lowest bid for the Nagaa Hamadi barrage civil works. The total cost of the project is EURO300 million. T

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On Thursday, March 22, the market continued to slide on low volumes. Investors focused on blue-chip shares, which moved lower across the board. Telecoms led the market lower, as MobiNiL (EMOB.CA) drop

March 25, 2001

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The Egyptian parliament received on Saturday an urgent letter from the government denying as baseless reports that Israel has contributed financially

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Egypt's revenue from tourism, the country's biggest source of income, rose by one billion dollars from July to September 2000 compared with the previous year, President Hosni Mubarak was quoted saying

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Egypt must "stabilize and clarify" its trade regulations to fall in line with the economic association agreement it initialed in January, said European Union (EU) Trade Commissioner Pascal Lamy Saturd