September 30, 2000
A new Egyptian series reveals the hidden face of the financial scene.
<b>Date:</b> Sep 24 - Sep 28, 2000 <b>Location:</b> Ramses Hilton, Cairo, Egypt <b>Specifics:</b> Aimed at teaching managers how to successfully lead and motivate teams, as well as how to plan an
September 29, 2000
Albawaba.Com Cairo Opposition leaders are calling for free and fair elections as Egypt gears up for a parliamentary vote to be held in three stages
Egypt will launch a 10-billion-dollar project to boost petrochemical production and take advantage of the country's natural gas reserves.
Egypt's leading human rights activist, Saad Eddin Ibrahim, has been formally charged with illegally accepting funding from a foreign source.
Two major regional exhibitions are set to run in Cairo from September 27th to September 29th. The Cairo International Conference Center will house both the Middle East and Africa Power Exhibition (MEA
<b>Date:</b> Nov 23 - Nov 25, 2000 <b>Location:</b> Cairo, Egypt <b>Specifics:</b> For senior executives from European, Arab and African banks and financial organizations including directors, g
<b>Date:</b> Sep 24 - Sep 27, 2000 <b>Location:</b> Ramses Hilton Hotel, Cairo, Egypt <b>Specifics:</b> The 5th Annual IHRA World Congress includes presentations and case studies addressing the m
September 28, 2000
Safia Al Umari’s latest role is unlike her usual characters.
Adel Imam will end this season of his current play, Bodyguard, earlier that scheduled. Why?
Egypt publishes new guidelines for next month's national elections, calling on candidates to commit themselves to the rules of the constitution.
Egypt publishes new guidelines for political candidates which calls on them to commit themselves to the rules of the constitution.
Trading started the week quiet on the Cairo and Alexandria Stock Exchange. There was little news in Cairo to enliven the bourse, and an absence of foreign buyers meant the market was particularly subd
Egypt's Prime Minister Atef Ebeid said Africa's debt problem is the biggest challenge facing the continent and is hindering its a socioeconomic development.
More than 100 private companies are taking part in the 10-day El-Fateh international fair in Libya, including a delegation of Egyptian businessmen. A symposium is being held on the margins of the fai