April 23, 2001
The Egyptian government has recently invited private investment, through the build, operate and transfer (BOT) system, to construct new highways throughout Egypt, in accordance with international stan
The Egyptian government has decided to launch a $2 billion dollar-denominated bond issuance, reported <I>Al-Hayat</I> newspaper. According to the report, the maturity period of these bonds ranges betw
April 22, 2001
Families of the victims of the doomed EgyptAir flight which crashed in October, 1999 rejected a report of which excerpts have been published by the US
A conference has demanded that the offspring of an Egyptian mother married to a foreigner should be treated exactly the same as the children of an Egy
Tricon Restaurants International plans will open another 50 KFC and 55 Pizza Hut restaurants in the Middle East this year, and a further 60 are planne
The Egyptian Prosecutor General has decided to refer the chief of Accounting Division in EgyptAir and his deputy and the chief of financial unit of Eg
The Egyptian insurance companies have prepared a new insurance policy to protect the stock exchange investors.
The Egyptian Company for Mobile Services “MobiNil” reported that active subscribers have increased to reach 1.466 million, an increase of almost 250,0
The Egyptian director Khaled Yousef and the actress Yusra left Cairo for San Francisco to attend the film “Al Assefah” (the Thunderstorm)
Osama Ghazi, the scenarist of the much applauded Opera Ayda TV series, will present his new film “Lucy Rayha Al Magles” (Lucy is Going to the Assembly) mid next month
Egypt's national airline, EgyptAir, announced Wednesday, April 18, profits of 119.8 million Egyptian pounds ($31.5 million) for the fiscal year 2000, EgyptAir chief Mohammad Fahim Rayyan told reporter
German distribution giant Metro said Friday, April 20, it had no concrete plans to develop a network in Egypt, after a German diplomatic source said it would invest more than €100 million there. "We
In January 2001, the total number of new licensed vehicles in Egypt stood at 8,270, compared with 10,150 newly licensed vehicles, in January of last year.
The value of Egypt’s petroleum exports during January 2001 totaled $82.99 million, reflecting a decrease compared with the previous month, as oil-revenue stood at $95.66 million.
The world's largest computer chip maker, Intel, has decided to delay its plans to establish a computer manufacturing plant near Cairo. The US-based Intel has not yet set a new date for the execution o