March 1, 2001
Four documentaries produced by the students of the Abu Dhabi Women's College (ADWC) has been selected by the first Arab film festival in the Gulf which will be held in Doha from March 17 to 23
Egyptian police have arrested three men for demanding money from a soft drinks company to remove from the Internet a picture of a cockroach inside one of their bottles.
On Sunday, February 25 the market dropped, continuing its downward movement initiated last week in the wake of the Turkish crisis.
National Societe Generale Bank (NSGB.CA) will distribute a cash dividend (coupon #22) of LE1.00/share starting March 11. Record date is March 8. The Holding Company for Housing, Tourism and Cinema ha
Mutual funds ended last week outperforming the PAMI, inching down 1.1 percent while the PAMI fell 2.93 percent to 7,191. Only 2 funds ended the week on a positive note. AMEX Second Fund and SAIB Third
Commercial International Bank –CIB (COMI.CA/COMIq.L) posted FY2000 results ending December, in which the bank has produced better than expected results. Net income grew 9.7 percent to LE384.99 million
Malaysia and Egypt are planning to set a joint commission, with the aim of boosting trade between the two countries
February 28, 2001
Egyptian Public Money Investigation personnel have recently botched a blackmail attempt by a computer engineer who threatened a local soda water manuf
Twenty-six films and TV programs from 16 different countries will compete at the Cairo International children movie festival that will be held on the
The head of the Egyptian TV Production Sector, Medhat Zaki, has decided to produce a film on the life history of the Egyptian scientist, Dr. Ahmad Zuw
The inceasingly spreading trade in torture tools is a curse, as far as Egyptian prisoners and detainees are concerned, according to a report by Amnest
February 27, 2001
NCR Corporation and Noor Advanced Technologies, the leading internet and web-based technologies in Egypt have entered into a long-term strategic allia
The Indianapolis Museum of Art (IMA) is holding an exhibition which displays approximately 100 Egyptian textile fragments.
Egyptians have been buying hundreds of sheep over the Internet to sacrifice for the annual Muslim feast of Eid Al-Adha when streets will flow with their blood, an enterprising firm told AFP Monday, Fe
February 26, 2001
Egypt is in the midst of a drive costing $2 billion or more to revamp its old airports and build new ones as it anticipates millions more tourists in