Egypt

June 10, 2001

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A Kuwaiti parliamentary delegation arrived in Egypt on Saturday to bolster cooperation between the two countries’ legislative bodies and discuss regio

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Egypt’s Ismaili has agreed to sell its soccer star Rida Sika to Belgium’s SC Charleroi, while Al Masri hasn’t reached a deal over Mohammad Abu Greisha

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Egypt’s Zamalek is secretly probing a corruption case after EP100,000 disappeared over six months of the basketball team and the club’s sports schools

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Egypt’s handball team lost again, this time to Slovenia 24-25, in Paris four-team tournament after their defeat before Russia on Friday.

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Egyptian Premier Atef Ebeid recently denied as baseless reports that the chief of the country's bourse had resigned over corruption charges, but confi

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Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak will review an Egyptian-European Union association agreement and set a date for its conclusion during a meeting to be

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Three Palestinian women were killed by an Israeli tank shell in the Gaza Strip Saturday, following a relative respite in the long-running conflict, an

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Egyptian comedy star Mohammed Henaidi has topped the earnings list for the new cinema season, which will begin in three weeks.

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Singer Mohammed Munir has begun shooting the new TV series Al Wad Elly Sab El Balad, bsed on the last work of the late writer Yousef Francis.

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The General Lithographic Egypt company is currently seeking investors to finance a new tinplate factory with a 100,000 metric tons a year production capacity.

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Head of the Egyptian Parliament, Ahmed Fathi, currently holds a list naming all local companies known to have imported spoiled wheat from abroad.

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The French Alcatel Company has recently signed an agreement to transfer various operation sites situated throughout the region, as well as its regional headquarters, to Egypt’s Smart Village.

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The Egyptian International Fairs and Market Public Authority is expected is organizing an Egyptian Products Fair in the Iranian capital of Tehran from June 27 to July 2, 2001.

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The Egyptian government is expected to approve a new law protecting market competition and preventing monopolies. In 1998, approximately 3.5 million local dealers demanded that the government invoke a

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The Arab Economic Union (AEU) vowed Friday, June 8, to mobilize to boost inter-Arab trade levels over the coming five years to 20 percent of total external trade for all Arab states, the INA news agen