August 8, 2000
Egyptian government projections of the country's economy sustaining a 6 percent growth level are overly optimistic, according to a report by the US embassy in Cairo.
August 7, 2000
Thomson Financial BankWatch, the bank agency rating, recently announced that it was cutting Egypt's Sovereign Risk Rating outlook down from positive to stable, although the country’s risk rating prese
Misr International Bank (MIBank) presented its second quarter unaudited financial results with a one-percent growth in net profits.
Bank Melli Iran and Bank of Industry and Mines are considering acquiring the remaining 79.64 percent of Cairo-based Misr-Iran Development Bank, presently held by Bank of Alexandria and Misr Insurance
August 6, 2000
Egyptian prosecutors charges US-Egyptian rights activist Saadeddin Ibrahim with having contacts with US intelligence services, which carries up to 25
August 2, 2000
(MEBG) - The overnight interbank rate for the Egyptian Pound more than doubled from 6 percent on Thursday July 27, to 12.25 percent on Sunday July 30.
August 1, 2000
Kuwait's national squash team gears up for Arab Squash Championship, which to be launched in Cairo next Saturday
Egyptian police arrest three brothers on suspicion of killing the man who murdered their father 17 years ago.
(MEBG) - ENI's presence in Egypt began in 1954 in the Gulf of Suez. Today, he company is the second largest foreign oil company active in the country, and the largest natural gas operator. In 1999 ENI
July 31, 2000
Egypt warns the United States of moving its embassy from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem
Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak ended his one-day visit to Libya, where he held talks on Sunday with Libyan leader Muammar Kadhafi, reported the BBC.
July 30, 2000
Egypt and Israel have reached a compromise on flight paths to and from Gaza, ending a three-month crisis, which threatened to cut off the Palestinian
Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak traveled to Libya Sunday for talks with Libyan leader Moamer Kadhafi on the Arab-Israeli peace process and negotiatio
Egypt's high military court on Sunday postponed until September 3 its verdict in the trial of 20 Muslim Brothers charged with reactivating their banne
The concrete roof of a tram station collapsed in Egypt's Mediterranean city of Alexandria Saturday night killing a teenager and injuring 10 other peop