August 15, 2001
Industry sources recently revealed that Egypt’s natural liquid gas plant, valued at $200 to $300 million, will begin operations in 2003.
Egypt’s National Bank recently posted net profits of $14.8 million for the first half of the current year. This figure reflects a 10 percent increase compared to last year’s net profits of $13.4 milli
Recent reports reveal that some 72,000 tons worth of Egyptian rice, valued at $20 million, were exported to Turkey in 1999.
Revenues gained during the month of June from Suez Canal operations dropped by nearly $1.18 million, to $155.9 million dollars.
August 14, 2001
Russian Deputy Foreign Minister Vasily Sredin and Egyptian Ambassador to Russia Reda Shehata met Tuesday in Moscow to discuss bilateral ties and the d
The Islamist secretary general of Egypt’s badly divided Labor Party on Tuesday dismissed party leader Ibrahim Shukri’s attempt to dismiss him and ten
The defense lawyers for 54 Egyptians accused of homosexual activity have requested a postponement of a court hearing scheduled for Wednesday, “because
Israel suspects Egyptian police officers of smuggling arms to the PA border town of Rafah. Meanwhile, the Israeli army has called the beating of Egypt
A lawyer for the editor of Egypt’s An Nabaa tabloid, which earlier became embroiled in a headline sex scandal involving a former Coptic monk, on Monda
Egypt’s Zamalek has finally agreed to take part in an Arab soccer tournament late August, organized by Muqawiloon.
World bodybuilding champion, Egyptian Anwar Amawi, is in Japan to defend his title that he won in Finland in 1997.
Ahli’s defender Ibrahim Said is expected to join England’s Bradford after Charlton deal failed. Turkey’s Bursaspor is interested in his teammate, Same
A high-ranking Egyptian delegation is poised to travel to Washington under the directives of President Hosni Mubarak for consultations on the deterior
From drug Mafias and prostitution rings in the films Al Embrator (The Emperor) and Al Basha, the director Tareq Al Erian has taken a turn towards a simple love story in the film Al Sullam Wal Thuaban
Egypt’s festival bureaucrats have chosen four films to participate in the formal competition of the International Montpellier Cinema Festival on October 26