December 27, 2000
The Egyptian Tourism Ministry hopes that the coming New Year celebrations will bring up the number of nights spent by tourists in Egypt to as high as 35 million.
Orascom Telecom (OT) is currently bidding for one of four GSM licenses in Nigeria. However, Nigeria’s fixed carrier NITEL is expected to win one of these licenses, leaving three open for competitive b
Egyptian Prime Minister Atef Ebeid announced that domestic debt is within safe levels, equivalent to 54 percent of Egypt’s GDP, and poses no serious risk to the local economy.
Three Arab companies are to buy Sainsbury's shares in the supermarket chain launched by the British retailer in Egypt last January, state-owned weekly </>Al-Mussawar</I> said Tuesday, December 26.
The third summit of the Group of Eight Islamic Developing Countries (D-8) will be held in Cairo on February 25, 2001. For the first time, a forum for businessmen from the eight member countries will b
On Monday, December 25, the CASE gained some ground as investors were attracted by lower prices. The telecom sector rose on low volumes with Mobinil (EMOB.CA) advancing a modest 1.77 percent and Orasc
December 26, 2000
Three Arab companies are to buy Sainsbury\'s shares in the supermarket chain launched by the British retailer in Egypt last January.
Credit International D’Egypte – CIE (CIEB.CA) posted 9-month FY2000 results ending September, in which net income declined 16.5 percent to LE16.7 million compared to LE20 million in 9-month FY99. Net
On Sunday, December 24, the CASE continued slipping on thin trading. The telecom sector was hammered with Mobinil (EMOB.CA) losing more than 3 percent and Orascom Telecom (ORTE.CA) trading limit down
Egypt\'s minister of health and the head of the Egyptian Doctor’s Syndicate have said that they plan to fight a merger involving seven private hospitals, which has been negotiated and funded by a fore
December 25, 2000
Egypt is to build a $255 million airport at Ras Sidr in northwest Sinai as part of a series of airport projects to meet growing demand, mainly from th
Egypt has agreed to supply Jordan with natural gas for domestic use and possibly to re-export to the Palestinian territories
The annual Jewish pilgrimage to rabbi Yaacov Abu Hatzira\'s tomb, due to start on January 10 in northern Egypt, has been banned by the municipality of
Loula Zaklama, one of the first woman entrepreneurs in the Middle east, founder of two successful companies in Egypt, professionally renowned for her experience and expertise in communications, advert
Orascom Telecom is currently bidding for one of four GSM licenses in Nigeria. The ministerial privatization committee approved on December 19 offering the Holding Company for Mining & Refractories