Egypt

August 28, 2001

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Lebanese Prime Minister Rafiq Hariri said Monday that Beirut’s relations with Cairo had significantly improved, although they remained short of expect

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Egypt’s Ahli defeated Qatar’s Arabi 4-2 in the Moqawiloon friendly soccer tournament. Ismaili beat Dina 3-0.

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The Egyptian Sep 14 Super Cup match will be held between Zamalek and Ghazal Mahilla, instead of Ahli, which decided not to take part due to heavy Afri

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Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak and Sultan Qaboos of Oman discussed on Monday the latest developments in the occupied Palestinian territories in the

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The new Egyptian film Isaaf 55 (Ambulance 55) hit Cairo theaters on Tuesday. The comedy, which marks Magdi Al Hawari debut as a director, costars his wife Ghada Adl

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Egyptian actor Khaled Al Nabawi has agreed with Amr Diab on borrowing two songs from his recent album to include them in his new film Taeh Fi Amerka (Lost in America)

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Egyptian actor Khaled Al Nabawi has agreed with Amr Diab on borrowing two songs from his recent album to include them in his new film Taeh Fi Amerka (Lost in America)

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Egyptian singer Angham has recently finished her new album Leih Sibtaha (Why Did You Leave Her), after wrapping up a shuttle tour in the Arab World to stage her play Rasasah Fil Qalb

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Egyptian director Essam Al Shammaa has chosen Shireen Rida to star in his new film Al Shater Hassan (Clever Hassan), replacing Gala Fahmi, who has quit acting.

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The market seemed to lack momentum on Sunday, August 26, while investors appeared to be out enjoying the last summer week. Market activity was slow in the first three hours of the session, although th

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Recent economic forecasts of the Economist Intelligence Unit predict that Egypt’s inflation rate is will grow from the current 3.6 percent to 5.8 percent in 2002. This rate, however, is expected dip

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The Egyptian Commercial International Bank posted, on August 22, net profits of EP 193.5 million for the first half of 2001, representing a 4.1 percent rise in comparison to the EP 185.8 million figur

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The Egyptian Export Development Bank (EDBE) recently posted net income of LE 117.1 million for the first six months of 2001, representing an 8.8 percent increase in comparison to the LE 107.7 million

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The Egyptian film and entertainment conglomerate, Media Production City (EMPC), has released its results for the first half of the financial year 2001, in which net profit fell 5.8 percent to 19.41 mi

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With the official opening of the cotton harvesting season in Egypt’s Al-Fayum district, the minister of land reclamation and agriculture estimated the region’s per feddan productivity rate will stand