March 12, 2001
A three-day conference on Egyptian women and the national plan organized by the National Council for Women will be held next Tuesday, March 13.
Unrecognized officially, Egyptian MPs belonging to Muslim Brotherhood decided to reply to government statement on their own way.
Amnesty International has recently released a report on torture in Egypt criticizing its government’s failure to fulfill its national and internationa
Egyptian Foreign Minister Amr Moussa said Sunday that his country will not invite Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon to visit Cairo unless the latter
Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak will visit Moscow in the first half of this year.
The 11th international children cinema festival will start on Tuesday in Cairo under the title of “One Heart” in which 33 countries are taking part.
Egyptian industry must take measures to increase its exports, said Yusef Butros Ghali, the Egyptian minister of economy and foreign trade, in effect improving the rate and quality of production.
Egypt has invited Jordan to set up a four-way free trade zone that would also involve Tunisia and Morocco, Jordanian Trade and Industry Minister Wassef Azar said Sunday, March 11. "We have received a
Arab foreign ministers arrived in Cairo Sunday, March 11, amid intense diplomatic activity ahead of two days of meetings to discuss what position to take on Iraq at the Arab summit planned for March 2
Misr International Bank –MIBank (MIBA.CA –MIBDq.L) released FY2000 results ending December, in which net income plunged 19.9 percent to LE204.85 million compared to LE255.75 million in FY99. The botto
On Thursday, March 8, the Cairo exchange remained flat as low volumes remain the order of the day.
British investments in Egypt’s oil and gas sectors are expected to reach $8 billion in the next four years, minister of petroleum, Sameh Fahmi, was quoted in the weekly <I>Middle East Times</I>.
March 11, 2001
The Egyptian Minister of Business, Mukhtar Khattab announced in Cairo on Saturday that Egypt is in the process of building of five sugar factories in
British investments in Egypt’s oil and gas sectors are expected to reach $8 billion in the next four years.
Egypt’s Prime Minister Atef Ebeid said that President Hosni Mubarak’s visit to Washington in April will focus on reactivating economic cooperation bet