August 27, 2000
Egypt's Misr Information Services and Trading (MIST) has signed a contract with the American Intex X Technologies Incorporation to develop a center for electronic commerce services. The joint Egyptian
With 2,000 km of coastline, Egypt possesses a lucrative yachting potential, which has not been adequately developed. The country's relationship with recreational boating, boat manufacturing, and boati
Although Egypt's per-capita dairy consumption is low by international standards, producers are aiming to expand and revolutionize the local dairy market. Much of the new initiative is coming from priv
August 26, 2000
The bodies of 56 Egyptians who died in the Gulf Air crash off Bahrain arrive back in Egypt on a special flight, accompanied by 164 grieving relatives.
August 25, 2000
Gulf Air Engineers insist there was nothing wrong with the engine of Airbus A320 before take-off, in the on-going investigation in the plane crash tha
August 24, 2000
Egyptian Television violates copyright laws by airing the film "Omar Al Mokhtar."
Lack of environmental awareness, combined with limited funding, have hampered environmental protection efforts in Egypt as it continues its economic development.
On June 25, 2000, Egypt's biggest financial scandal was formally concluded, 31 of the individuals accused of taking out roughly EP 1.6 billion in bad loans convicted, and the four parliamentarians amo
The total amount of wheat imported into Egypt has fallen from 7.4 million tons in the 1998/9 season, to six million tons during the 1999/2000 season.
August 23, 2000
1- The Smart Billiah “Billiah Dmaghoh Aliah” A comedy starring the Egyptian actor, Mohammed Honeidi, who also starred in the two former blockbusters
Inconsistent refereeing has left its mark on the women's quarter-final clash between 14th seed Rebecca Mcree and fellow English woman Tania Bailey in
Egypt's minister of health issues orders this week that his ministry will only hire and promote nonsmokers.
Italian customs seized Monday 5.76 tonnes of cigarettes of a well-known US brand Managers at Sainsbury's Al haram branch have reportedly told many of the stores' workers would no longer be required, a
The overnight interbank rate on the Egyptian pound surged on Monday, August 21, to ten percent from the six percent rate on the previous Thursday.
August 22, 2000
A comedic farce on security forces in Egypt brings actor and comedian Ahmad Saqa immediate recognition and fame.