August 26, 2001
Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak is planning a tour of European and Arab nations in early September, as part of Egypt’s "political and diplomatic cont
Decades of overwhelming military superiority in the Middle East have made Israel wary of upstarts, and recent US refusals to share information on its
Egyptian and Libyan officials will hold a joint meeting in the Libyan capital of Tripoli on Sunday to discuss ways of activating an initiative aimed a
The legal consultant of the Egyptian Composers Society has decided to cancel the registration of a large number of songs in her records because their tunes were allegedly borrowed from international s
Egyptian actress Dalal Abdel Aziz has unveiled a TV series entitled Beitak Beitak (Your Home), which is being written especially for the couple Dalal and Samir Ghanem.
The Egyptian Sirocco Aerospace Company has disclosed plans to purchase several new Russian Tupolev Tu-204-120 aircrafts.
Egypt’s Minister of Public Business Sector, Mukhtar Khattab, recently revealed that 17 companies and factories were sold in entirety to private investors during the fiscal year 2000/2001.
The number of tourists visiting Israel in the first seven months of 2001 fell more than half from a year earlier, as violence from the Palestinian uprising scared visitors away, the tourism ministry s
Egypt has launched an invitation to tender to expand Borg Al-Arab airport near the northern Mediterranean port of Alexandria, Transportation Minister Ibrahim Al-Dumairi told reporters Thursday, August
On Wednesday, August 22, the market continued to slide on lack of stimulating news. The PAMI index fell 61 points or 1 percent to 6,054.9. Orascom Telecom, OT, declined 2.27 percent to LE17.68 still p
Egyptian and Palestinian businessmen set up a joint chamber of commerce in Cairo Saturday, August 25, to counter the closure by Israel of a Palestinian chamber of commerce in Jerusalem, they told repo
Egypt’s Prime Minister Atef Ebeid estimates the value of overall savings of Egyptian citizens at local commercial banks at 280 billion Egyptian pounds ($66 billion), compared with EP 252.4 billion in
Egypt’s Prime Minister Atef Obeid estimates the value of overall savings of Egyptian citizens at local commercial banks at 280 billion Egyptian pounds ($66 billion), compared with EP 252.4 billion in
August 25, 2001
Egyptian Prime Minister Atef Ebeid ha said that increasing the country's resources of foreign currencies leads the government's priorities.
The Egyptian Minister of Planning and International Cooperation, Ahmed Al Darsh, narrowly escaped death after his car collided with another at Port Sa