November 16, 2000
The Head of the Egyptian Investment Authority revealed that the giant US Intel Company has decided to open an electronic chips manufacturing plant in Egypt. The price tag on this project is estimated
November 15, 2000
Interior Minister, Habib al-Adli, said that Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak\'s party won more than 85 percent of the Parliamentary seats following a
Russian Foreign Minister Igor Ivanov will have talks Wednesday with Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak at the Sharm el Sheikh resort Wednesday.
The International Cairo Film Festival has turned up the heat just a notch in its official contest, whereby two Arab films will be competing for the prize.
Feisty legendary actress Samiha Ayoub has a lot of admiration for this year’s Cairo Film Festival.
Ismael Abdul Hafez finds himself in a tight spot, with a series he described as ‘novel and genuine’ but no time.
Plans are taking shape for the third staging of Gitex Cairo, which recently joined the Federation of Expositions of Information and Communications Technology (Feram). Gitex Cairo 2001 will be held Apr
US-based information technology companies are confirming their participation in the third annual Gitex Cairo exhibition to be held April 4-7, 2001, at the Cairo International Conference Center in Egyp
Interest in Gitex Cairo is growing among Middle East companies. Gitex Cairo, to be held at the Cairo International Conference Center April 4-7, 2001 will showcase a range of innovative information and
The Egyptian Minister of Economy and Foreign Commerce, Yosouf Butros Ghali, has estimated the country’s exports at $3.629 billion in the first half of 2000, a $1.295 billion increase, which is equival
November 14, 2000
Two men were shot dead by police Tuesday in clashes between voters and security forces in a village north of Cairo where two others died earlier.
A 22-year-old man and a 14-year-old boy were killed Tuesday by police gunfire during clashes between voters and security forces in a village north of
An AFP photographer was attacked Tuesday by a gang of men who said they were working for the police outside a polling station south of Cairo where an
Egyptians began voting Tuesday on the last day of parliamentary elections where President Hosni Mubarak's party looked set to keep its grip despite in
"Being in Egypt has always been an exciting experience for me," says Roger Patey, Shell's Country Chairman in Egypt and CEO of Shell Egypt N.V. "However, the prospective nature of Shell's Concession i