August 5, 2001
Egypt recently received $190 million in investments from Japan. This sum is expected to fund various infrastructure projects, hi-tech ventures and a specialized medical related project.
The World Bank has decided to award Egypt with a $400 million grant for the funding of various education and infrastructure development projects. Earlier this month, the World Bank granted Egypt a $15
In a mixed week for Arab stock markets, the Egyptian and Palestinian bourses were the hardest hit, having lost 4.1 percent and 4.8 percent of their value, respectively.
Some 2.5 million tourists visited Egypt in the first half of 2001 in a sign that conflict in the neighboring Palestinian territories has not hit Egypt too hard, Tourism Minister Mamduh Al-Biltagi said
August 4, 2001
Against all expectations, Egypt’s Ahli, Africa’s club of the century, had a historic victory over Europe’s number one Real Madrid, 1-0 on Saturday, ta
The Egyptian Central Bank will announce changes to the foreign exchange mechanism on Sunday.
Egypt’s basketball youth team lost its Australia match Friday with a 20-score gap in the world championship hosted by Japan.
Real Madrid is in Cairo for the awaited friendly match with Africa’s century team, Al Ahli at Cairo Stadium 9:00 p.m. local time.
An American citizen married to an Egyptian woman committed suicide last week at his home in the Al A’gamy area in Alexandria.
Egypt denied Friday it threatened to oust the Israeli ambassador in Cairo, Zvi Mazel, and to close its borders with the Jewish state, describing such
The follow-up committee on the Palestinian crisis formed at last year’s Arab summit in Cairo will meet there again next month, during a regular sessio
Egypt and Libya will set up a $100 million joint venture for transporting oil and natural gas between the two countries, Egyptian Oil Minister Sameh F
Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak may send his advisor Osama Al Baz or Foreign Minister Ahmed Maher on an urgent mission to Washington to discuss ways
Thousands of people took to the streets in Jordan, Egypt, Lebanon and Qatar after Friday prayers to condemn Israel, three days after the assassination
Box office receipts from Egyptian plays have been dismal for the year to date, sinking 50 percent compared to last year