July 1, 2001
The seventh Cairo Radio and TV Festival will kick off on Monday evening at the Information Production City. The festival will include an opera, A’lam A’rabi Wahed
Egypt and France recently signed an agreement providing 25,000-tons of French wheat to Egypt, according to <I>Al-Gomhuria</I> daily.
In a recent meeting attended by Prime Minister Atef Ebeid and several Egyptian business figures, various ways of promoting the country’s industrial sector were discussed.
Egypt and France recently signed an agreement providing 25,000-tons of French wheat to Egypt. The shipment is due to arrive in Egypt this coming August.
Bilateral cooperation between Egypt and China is expanding at leaps and bounds, according to Nomaan Galal, Egypt’s ambassador to China.
The Small Industries Association in Egypt’s Ramadan 10th industrial city has demanded exemption from registration fees for manufacturers, such as that offered to residential associations of the city.
June 30, 2001
Egypt lost its last chance to qualify to FIFA World Cup finals, as it was defeated 0-1 by Morocco Saturday night
Despite government denials, an Egyptian economist says the international community is laundering money in the North African country, and lays the blam
Ninety Italian investment companies have channeled roughly 1.45 billion pounds worth of capital and 3.85 billion pounds worth of investment into Egypt
A high-ranking intelligence officer in Egypt was shot 15 times by four armed men when he tried to arrest them on Saturday.
The Executive Bureau of Arab ministers of youth and sports will start its 40th session in Cairo on Monday.
Egypt’s Zamalek has added Ismaeli and national team star Rida Sika to its soccer team in an EP700,000-deal.
Egypt’s handball team will take part in Scandinavia Championship to be held in Sweden between July 1-5, with the participation of seven European teams
Egypt will play its elimination match against Morocco at 22:00 Cairo time in Rabat. The match for both is a crossing point to 2002 World Cup finals.
Trade between Egypt and Lebanon soared to $110 million last year, compared with $66.5 million in 1999.