March 13, 2001
The Egyptian ministries of health and communications have announced a joint Internet project to upgrade the level of health service in Egypt.
The Egyptian General Traffick Corporation has signed an agreement to purchase a new system to cope with traffic jams on the main roads and junctions
Authorities in Egypts have apprehended a youth who has managed to break through the e-cards networks and use their balances to purchase the goods he n
The joint Kuwaiti-Egyptian committee, whose next meeting was scheduled to convene on March 20th, decided Monday to postpone it until after the upcomin
The retrial of 31 Egyptian businessmen and politicians, whose jail terms ordered last year were quashed on appeal, started Monday, in the country's bi
Jordan's King Abdullah II and the Egyptian and Syrian presidents, Hosni Mubarak and Bashar al-Assad, will inaugurate a trilateral electricity network
Jordan's King Abdullah II and the Egyptian and Syrian presidents, Hosni Mubarak and Bashar Al-Assad, will inaugurate a trilateral electricity network in Damascus Wednesday, March 14, a diplomatic sour
Delegates at a Middle East Cruise conference have voiced criticism of the high levies on ships crossing the Egyptian Suez Canal, saying that such high impositions hinder the growth of the cruise touri
Egyptian Export Development Bank released 1H FY2001 results ending December, in which net income increased 5 percent to LE82.7 million compared to LE78.8 million in 1H FY2000.
March 12, 2001
The British Barclays’Card Corporation and Egypt Bank (public sector) have recently signed a banking partnership agreement.
A three-day conference on Egyptian women and the national plan organized by the National Council for Women will be held next Tuesday, March 13.
Unrecognized officially, Egyptian MPs belonging to Muslim Brotherhood decided to reply to government statement on their own way.
Amnesty International has recently released a report on torture in Egypt criticizing its government’s failure to fulfill its national and internationa
Egyptian Foreign Minister Amr Moussa said Sunday that his country will not invite Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon to visit Cairo unless the latter
Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak will visit Moscow in the first half of this year.