October 16, 2000
The Egyptian Minister of Industry and Technology Development, Mustapha Al-Refai, has recently announced that 141 new industrial projects are currently being built in October 6th City.
Despite taking huge strides forward over the past few years, Egypt’s automotive industry has experienced a sharp drop in sales in 2000, reflecting the general slowdown in the local economy.
The Red Sea resort of Sharm el-Sheikh, where the Middle East summit starts Monday, is both a symbol of Egyptian success and an ideal spot for international peace brokering -- \'far from the madding cr
Company Press Release: Cairo — Sakhr Software Co., the pioneer of Arabic software industry, Xerox Egypt, leader of the global document market, announced signing a mutual partnership agreement with th
British banking group HSBC said it had increased its stake in Egyptian British Bank (EBB) to 90 percent from 40 percent.
October 15, 2000
Egypt’s most renowned artists rallied around their union in Cairo, asking for the cancellation of the Sharm El Sheikh summit and much, much, more!
Actress Hanan Shawqi has agreed to act again; on one already guaranteed condition; that she be the sole leading lady.
Hussein Fahmy has put an end to rumors regarding the omission of Al Asifa from the festival’s opening.
Some of Egypt’s most renowned actresses have spoken out about their views on marriage, love and life as a house wife!
Hisham Abbas is hoping that his movie debut will be alongside Egypt’s most famous actress, Yusra.
The Hertz Car Rental Company has decided to expand its services in Egypt's Red Sea resorts to accommodate the large number of Gulf tourists in the area.
October 14, 2000
Carmen Libs is ecstatic that she was chosen for a major role in Najla’a Fathi’s latest movie.
Leila Elwi has been recently suffering from various aches and pains. The actress has cancelled all her professional engagements in order to undergo me
Mohammad Hneidi and Ahmad Siqa have decided to team up again and pool their box office breaking forces.
Thousands of college and high school students took to the streets around Egypt to protest the country's hosting of an Israeli-Palestinian summit.