January 22, 2001
On Thursday, January 18, the market finished the week on low volumes with price declines across the board. Telecoms led the market lower, as local GSM operator MobiNiL (EMOB.CA) was off 0.76 percent t
January 21, 2001
Saudi billionaire Prince Al Walid Bin Talal has said that he is willing to invest $500 million in the Toshka agricultural project in the Egyp, dismiss
Pakistani military ruler, General Pervez Musharraf, will pay a two-day official visit to Egypt on February 24.
The discovery of the Valley of the Golden Mummies in the Giza Pyramids area has ended the monopolization of foreign achaeologists and their discoverie
Sherihan is to star again in the popular and famous Ramadan television show ‘Fawazir’
Egyptian Transportation Minister recently stated that the ministry is prepared to renew the first metro line in Egypt, which is now 13-years old.
An auction of licenses to operate three mobile phone networks in Nigeria was poised to end Friday as one bidder dropped out and two balked at a price of $295 million a license.
Iraq and Egypt signed an agreement in Cairo Thursday to set up a free trade zone, amid growing ties between the two countries despite 10 years of sanctions against Baghdad.
January 18, 2001
Iraqi Vice President Taha Yassin Ramadan held talks in Cairo Wednesday with Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak, before the two sides were to sign a deal for a free trade zone.
On Tuesday, January 16, the market slipped in mixed trading, but saw higher volumes than Monday. Regional telecom operator Orascom Telecom – OT (ORTE.CA) fell 4.71 percent, as market sentiment turned
Egypt’s President Hosni Mubarak recently reviewed the future strategy and vision of the Egyptian airports authority at a meeting he held with the Egyptian PM and the Transportation Minister.
January 17, 2001
By Nigel Thorpe Chief of the English Copy Desk - AlBawaba UNESCO quotes Egyptian authorities on its website (www.unesco.org/webworld) as saying \
The British Sainsbury’s Corporation recently reported that it is continuing their evaluation of the future of Sainsbury’s-Egypt Company, and therefore, until now, no final decision has been made regar
For the first time in Egypt’s history, the tourism sector has earned the title of the country’s largest generator of foreign currency, except oil exports. Incoming tourism provided revenues totaling $
Egypt’s IT sector looks pumped for growth, with 592-million Egyptian pounds worth of investments in both hardware and software during the in the first 11 months of 2000, compared to EP 290 million in