March 22, 2001
Six Egyptian newspapers have decided to halt printing as of March 31 if the authorities remain intransigent regarding lifting a ban imposed on Asha’b
Britain's BP Amoco PLC said it has agreed with Italy's ENI SpA and Egyptian General Petroleum Corp. to build a gas-liquefaction plant in Egypt.
Arab health ministers will hold their regular 25th session on March 28 in Cairo.
Six journalists working for Egypt’s Al Aalam Al Yawm started Wednesday an open sit-in at the Press Association offices in Cairo in protest against wha
Ehab Tawfic has released his latest album entitled “Habib Alkalb”.
Hani Shaker has released his latest album entitled ”Jarhi Ana”.
Italy’s Eni and BP Amoco have reached an agreement to build a natural gas liquefaction plant in Egypt, according to an Eni source on March 21st.
The US aircraft manufacturer Boeing announced Wednesday, March 21, that it would upgrade 35 Apache attack helicopters for Egypt in a deal worth $400 million. A statement from Boeing's aircraft and mi
Arab leaders are expected to make progress on economic issues as they stumble over endemic political differences when they meet next week in Jordan for a summit, officials and analysts said. "Politic
Alexandria Cement (ALEX.CA) announced FY2000 results ending December, in which NPAT fell sharply by 81.7 percent to LE7 million compared to LE38.6 million in FY99. The huge drop in NPAT came as a resu
On Tuesday, March 21, the market continued its recovery initiated earlier in the week. Investors focused on blue-chip shares. Helwan Cement (HELW. CA) gained 1.07 percent to close at LE42.49. Eastern
March 21, 2001
Egypt has become the second African country to deposit its instrument of ratification of the OAU convention on the prevention and combating of terrori
Newly-found Egyptian Saudi Insurance Co has been granted a preliminary license approval to operate casualty insurance business in Egypt by the country
Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon sharply criticized the Egyptian position in Middle East peace efforts saying it was playing a "negative role" in t
In his new film “Son of Death,” The famous Egyptian actor Nour al-Sharif plays a role of a man who decides to take vengeance for his son who is killed on his wedding night