September 12, 2000
The brawl between Kathem EL Saher and the Egyptian Music Union goes on.
Hisham Sleem has finally decided to answer the various rumors that have badgered the actor for the past year. He is not having an affair, he did not d
Egypt's Prime Minister Atef Ebeid says the country's emerging market economy is "back on track" after being hit by the Asian financial crisis, declini
"Abortion is better than scandal and the scorn heaped on an illegitimate child." This is the message behind a proposed law under consideration in Egyp
Egyptian writers and novelists are up in arms over an attack by the Imam of Al-Azhar University on Haydar Haydar's controversial novel, A Banquet for
A military court in Cairo has decided, for the second time, to postpone the verdict in a trial of 20 Egyptian professionals accused of membership of t
Suez Cement announced its results for the 1st half of the year ending June 30, 2000.
The industrial & Mining Co. achieved profits of LE 151 million with a total production of LE 3.3 billion and total sales of LE 3.180 billion.
A order issued by the Egyptian government, freezing all the assets of the indebted businessman Mustafa El-Beleidi has sent shock waves through the country's business community. His moveable and unmova
Egyptian businessmen made a strong showing in the last parliamentary elections and should make an even greater impact in the next. No longer new to the political foray, several businessmen are planni
The Egyptian government has approved a $441 million project to widen and deepen the Suez Canal to permit the passage of larger super-tankers. By next year, the project will have advanced enough to all
The Egyptian district of el-Wadi el-Jedid (“New Valley”) has been targeted as the location for a number of new projects planned recently. The allocation of EP 8 million has been approved toward the la
The CMA Index went down yesterday by 4.11 points or -0.66 percent to reach 620.27 points as compared to 624.38 points.
BG International and its partner, Edison International, today announced a further significant discovery of hydrocarbons in the West Delta Deep Marine Concession (BG 50 per cent, Edison 50 per cent).
The Italian energy company Edison and the British gas group BG have discovered a significant offshore natural gas deposit near the Nile delta, Edison said in a statement on Monday.