Egypt

April 17, 2001

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The European Investment Bank (EIB) has given the green light to a 75 million euro soft loan to Egypt, to finance the establishment of a power station located north of Cairo.

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The Egyptian government has lifted restrictions on the exports of locally produced products to Iraq. Egyptian government has stressed, however, that it does not intend to violate UN sanctions against

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The Egyptian mobile sector is still in a growth phase, which is expected to continue for the coming five years. Penetration rates are expected to grow up to 14.3 percent in 2005 from 3.4 percent in 20

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The European Investment Bank (EIB) has given the green light to a 75 million euro soft loan to Egypt, to finance the establishment of a power station located north of Cairo.

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Over the next 20 years, the government of Egypt intends to spend about LE 400 billion ($103 billion) on transport infrastructure projects, including electrifying the railway network, which currently o

April 16, 2001

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Despite an official statement by the Egyptian government condemning the Israeli attack Sunday on a Syrian radar post in Lebanon, and angry reactions f

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Head of the Israeli Shin Bet has accused Egypt of turning a blind eye to what he described as “the daily weapons smuggling activities from Egypt to th

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The Kuwaiti-Egyptian joint committee will hold its third meeting in Kuwait Monday.

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The renewal elections of the Egyptian Shura Council will be held May 16 in three phases to select 88 members in 69 electoral constituencies.

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With actor Ezzat Abou Ouf as the host, and a bevy of pretty girls dressed in Pharaonic garb as helpers, Egyptian TV is banking on the new game show "Pyramid of Dreams"

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The Israeli newspaper Yidiot Ahranot featured a full-page article on the Egyptian singer Shaaban Abdulrahim who released his hit song “I hate Israel and love Amr Mousa”

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The European Investment Bank (EIB) has given Egypt 75 million euros ($70 million) for the construction of a 750,000 kilowatt power plant, Egyptian Electricity Minister Ali al-Saidi was quoted as sayin

April 15, 2001

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Egyptian prosecutors are interrogating three men suspected of using the Internet to procure sex with other men.

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The European Investment Bank (EIB) will grant over 36.44 million euro to support small and medium sized industry and technology projects and environme

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The international film festival of Alexandria has again rejected the ongoing Israeli attempts to normalize relations with Egypt through participating in the festival