September 19, 2000
A report issued by the India Information Center states that Egypt "has traditionally been India's largest trading partner in Africa" and the Middle East.
As Egypt\'s IT sector continues to grow rapidly, a number of shortcomings are becoming evident, inhibiting Egypt\'s attempts to enter the global IT market.
The Government of Egypt has requested a possible sale for co-production of 13 M88A2 heavy recovery vehicle kits and 13 M2 machine guns. The estimated cost is $73 million.
September 18, 2000
Ilham Shahine’s latest movie has drained the actress of energy, so much that she has entered a hospital.
As in the rest of the world, electronic commerce is changing the way people spend their money in Egypt, no less than e-mail is changing how they commu
Egypt and the UN cultural body, UNESCO, are reviving the 2000-year-old Great Alexandria Library, one of the largest libraries in the world.
Fifteen members of Egypt's Muslim Brotherhood have been arrested in Alexandria, a leader of the group said Monday, accusing the authorities of trying
A conservative Iranian newspaper has charged that Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak's call for free elections next month is a sham because of the exclu
Egypt's first female Islamist to run in a general election says security authorities arrested two of her aides on Sunday.
In the Middle East, the potential to use gas pipelines to link nations and thereby promote strong bonds and stable relationships, is stronger than ever. The Israeli-Egyptian joint venture called East
The Egyptian government has stepped up its efforts to privatize the power sector and all new electricity plants are to be built under the BOOT system, Minister of Electricity and Energy, Ali El Sa’id
Egyptian businesses are pressuring the government to backpedal on a new law regulating checks, according to the <I>Business Monthly</I> magazine.
Egypt's second satellite, NileSat 102, was inaugurated last week in the presence of president Mubarak at a celebration in the northern coastal city of Hammam.
The private sector will increasingly turn to building airports over the next three years to link many of Egypt's outlying areas to the cities, according to a report in <I>Al Ahram Weekly</I>.
The recent merger of Link Egypt and InTouch, two of Egypt's major Internet service providers (ISPs), has shaken the Egyptian ISP market. The merger, which resulted in the creation of LinkdotNet, has m