July 8, 2001
The Egyptian government is expected to take several steps in the near future to ease restrictions on cotton products, in order to lower export prices and enhance competitiveness on the global markets.
According to Jordan Investment Board (JIB) figures, Egypt currently leads in foreign investments in Jordan, followed by the US, Britain, Taiwan and Hong Kong.
Egypt’s Minister of Electricity, Ali Al-Saeidy, estimates the investment needs of the Egyptian electricity sector at 4.5 billion Egyptian pounds ($1 billion) in the upcoming fiscal year 2001/2002.
The PAMI index surged 367 points or 5.8 percent to end the week at 6,713.8. Leading the rally, as expected, were the telecom companies composed of MobiNil and Orascom Telecom –OT which advanced 7.31 p
July 7, 2001
Egypt’s Squash Team will be among five Arab teams to participate in the Arab Squash Tournament, to be held in Rabat on July 25. The four other countri
Egypt won the Military Football Championship Cup by beating Greece 3-0. Abdelhameid Bassyouni scored two goals, while Ikrami Abdelaziz scored the thir
The first African Women’s Boxing Championship is currently underway in Egypt. Thirteen countries, including Sudan, Morocco and Sudan, are participatin
The World Health Organization (WHO) plans to crack down on all types of international advertising and promotions of tobacco products, as well as sales
Two human rights groups have blasted the Egyptian government's decision to prosecute 52 men before an Emergency State Security Court on charges of "ob
A plan to develop Africa which will be presented to an Organization of African Unity (OAU) summit in Lusaka next week, calling on African leaders to "
Belgian Prime Minister Guy Verhofstadt and his foreign minister, Louis Michel, will soon embark on a tour of the Middle East.
The Egyptian-Sudanese Joint Higher Committee convenes Saturday in Khartoum to discuss ways of enhancing bilateral ties, as well as the latest developm
Egyptian Electricity and Energy Minister Ali Al Saeedi is due to visit Cyprus in late July to discuss the tapping of oil and gas reserves off the east
Egypt's debts have dropped by 50 percent over the last ten years, according to a recent study issued by the Center for Studies and Research of Develop
The World Bank has approved a three-year program for Egypt, potentially providing the Arab African country with up to $1.5 billion in loans.