November 29, 2000
Unusually heavy rains flooded streets in the Egyptian capital on Wednesday, creating enormous traffic jams and a slew of minor accidents.
The Egyptian Contracting and Construction Holding Company posted net profits of EP 105 million in the fiscal year ending June 30,2000, compared to EP 85 million in the previous year.
Official Egyptian sources have revealed that, over the past two decades, the local government had invested $10 billion in the housing sector and toward the building of new urban communities.
Logica, the British-headquartered information technology consultancy firm, has announced that it plans to open a representative office in Cairo, which will cater to the Egyptian and African markets.
Logica, the British-headquartered information technology consultancy firm, has announced that it plans to open a representative office in Cairo, which will cater to the Egyptian and African markets an
Oriental Weavers (ORWE.CA) reported 9-month FY2000 results ending September, in which net profit after minority interest increased 14.6 percent to LE99.6 million compared to LE86.9 million in the 9-mo
November 28, 2000
Despite threats of postponement and even cancellation, Opera Aida aired on the first day of Ramadan.
The uprising in the Palestinian territories did not appear to be having a serious effect on Egyptian tourism, said that country’s ministry of tourism in a recently released report.
The Egyptian Center for Economic Studies has recently assessed the economic performance of 90 percent of the companies operating in the local industrial, building and construction sectors. Results sho
November 26, 2000
Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Barak's security adviser Danny Yatom arrived in Cairo Sunday for talks with Egyptian President Hosni Moubarak.
Kamal El Shinawi is not a happy actor. His latest series was bumped off the Ramadan lineup list.
Fadel Shaker, who only recently signed on to Rotana production agency, has changed his mind faster than a speeding bullet… Well, sorta
Hussein Fahmi is on a comedic role and he’s not about to stop.
In a revolutionary twist to Egypt’s TV industry, the Censorship Department has been given orders to refrain from any sort of censorship.
Singer Ihab Tawfiq must be having a really bad day after being bumped from an acting role in favor of Wael Kfouri.