December 19, 2000
On Sunday, December 17, the market traded downward on lackluster volumes, as US and European investors were away from the market. Stocks shed value across the board—led lower by large-cap stocks. Loca
The “Anglo Egyptian Corporation,” a British company, has claimed that it is intending to acquire some of the largest private hospitals in Egypt, reported <I>Al-Sharq Al-Awsat</I>. These hotels include
Cairo had something to celebrate on Earth Day this year: tangible progress toward its goal of reducing pollution in one of the world’s smoggiest capitals.
December 18, 2000
German Defense Minister Rudolf Scharping said here Monday that Egypt and Germany will sign a deal here on exchanging military documents as part of inc
Egypt insisted Monday that the Jerusalem mosque compound must remain \"under exclusive Muslim sovereignty,\" on the eve of meetings in Washington aime
Yusra speaks frankly and freely about the ‘Time of Flowers.’
Specialists in the Egyptian gold manufacturing industry and markets have asserted that the recent decision to exempt the crude gold imports from customs tax rescued the Egyptian gold manufacturing ind
The Egyptian Holding Company for Medicine is expected to export medicines worth $2.5 million to Yemen in the upcoming months.
The Egyptian transportation ministry reported that it is now evaluating five offers from large investment companies to develop a railway ticket reservation system through Internet and telephone.
Last week mutual funds outperformed the PAMI, closing flat whereas the PAMI dipped 0.24 percent. Local funds’ gainers outnumbered losers 2 to 1. Delta Bank Fund and AMEX First Fund were among the top
Arab African International Bank (ABBK.CA) quadrupled its net income to US$16.8 million compared to US$4.8 million in its nine-month FY2000 results ending September 2000. This growth was achieved thr
United Bank of Egypt (DKBA. CA) and Egyptian American Bank –EAB (EABK.CA) were among the top 5 losers ending the week of December15th, dropping 4.96 percent and 4.90 percent respectively, to close at
December 17, 2000
Egyptian Foreign Minister Amr Mussa and US Secretary of State-designate Colin Powell spoke by telephone late Sunday, one day after President-elect Geo
In his speech to parliament, Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak warned that \"nobody can touch the sacredness of the blessed al-Aqsa mosque, for the rig
Egypt\'s transportation ministry would develop a number of Egyptian ports including the ports of Alexandria, Suez, the Middle East reported in its wee