May 7, 2001
Egypt's Parliament has approved most of an African children's rights charter, but did not back parts that lawmakers called counter to Islamic law and
Participants in a seminar preparing for the Third United Nations Conference on Least Developed Countries have revealed in Dar Es Salaam that Egypt lea
Egypt and Jordan rejected on Sunday any fundamental changes to their joint peace initiative aimed at halting the escalating violence in the Occupied T
After 25 years of absence, the Egyptian cinema is scheduled to return to the Moscow Film Festival with the film “Asrar Al Banat” (Girls’ Secrets)
A recently published report by the Egyptian Chambers of Commerce Association showed that bilateral exchanges between Egypt and Turkey are weak.
According to preliminary figures recently published by the International Monetary Fund (IMF), Egypt supplied 1.2 percent of the imports entering Yemen during the year 1999. This figure remained unchan
Egyptian Tourism Undersecretary estimated that tourism revenues totaled $4.3 billion in 2000, adding that the sector provided jobs for 2.3 million Egyptians.
Israel has reportedly introduced a series of sanctions to chastise the Arab states that have downgraded diplomatic and economic relations with it, including Morocco, Tunisia, Qatar, Oman and Mauritani
A bulletin recently published by the Central Bank of Egypt revealed that during the month of February, the local money supply stood at EP273.886 billion.
A recently publicized economic study by the Egyptian Economy and Foreign Commerce Ministry, reported <I>Al-Sharq Al-Awsat</I> newspaper, shows that the value of Egyptian investments in Romania amounte
A four-day visit to Egypt by the Aegean Region Chamber of Industry (EBSO)resulted in the signing of a sister chamber protocol was with the Alexandria Chamber of Commerce.
The Egyptian Automobile Manufacturers Association recently reported that 15 car manufacturing companies presently operate in Egypt, as well as several factories producing automobile-related accessorie
The sale of new cars in Egypt was almost entirely suspended as a result of a decision by the Egyptian Minister of Transportation to impose an additional five percent tax on new cars.
May 6, 2001
Qatar’s Foreign Minister Shaikh Hamad bin Jassem bin Jabr Al Thani received on Sunday a written message from his Egyptian counterpart, Amr Moussa, dea
British Ambassador Graham Boyce and Egyptian Minister of Communication and Information Technology Ahmed Nazif inaugurated last week the launch of the