May 22, 2001
CAIRO, (Reuters) - Egyptian stocks ended mixed on Monday in quiet trade, with news of a takeover fuelling the banking sector, profit-taking in telecoms and cements slowing their descent, brokers said.
On Sunday, the CASE was partially affected by regional tensions and sagged on very light volumes with most stocks closing lower. Market bellwether MobiNiL (EMOB.CA) was a standalone case as it rose 1.
Opening on May 22 in Cairo, the 6th COMESA (Common Market of Eastern and Southern Africa) summit will discuss ways in which to further the economic interests of its member states.
An agreement aimed at promoting food security has been reached by countries belonging to the Community of Sahelo-Saharan States (SIN-SAD) and the UN Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO).
A white paper published this week by Pyramid Research reveals that although demand for ASP services in the Middle East is still rather low, ASP revenues in the Egyptian, Saudi and UAE markets are soon
Gathering in Beirut for a two-day meeting of the UN ESCWA, ministers from Egypt, Lebanon, Syria, Jordan, UAE and PA have signed an accord integrating networks of roads, railways, seaports and airports
May 21, 2001
Egypt has applied to the international organization for management and registration of websites for permission to set up a regional center in Cairo fo
The European Union's foreign policy chief on Monday appealed to Middle East leaders to work on an immediate cease-fire between the Palestinians and Is
Opposition figures in Egypt suspect that the government has an agenda in the case of a pro-Islamist businessman charged with rape, illegal polygamy an
Egyptian Health Minister Ismail Salam on Sunday gave in to the country’s Physiotherapy Treatment Association, which has been demanding the establishme
US Secretary of State Colin Powell is planning to present an American proposal to help bring the Israeli-Palestinian conflict under control, senior ad
The education ministries of Syria and Egypt have agreed to set up a center for open learning and tele-learning.
President Hosni Mubarak's interest in the communications and IT sector is mainly designed to turn Egypt into a technology-exporting country, said Mini
The film “Lee Lee” directed by Marwan Hamed has won the golden Bonzai award for the best narrative film at the International Al Ayyam Festival for short films
The Egyptian artist Fifi Abdo is currently rehearsing for her play “Idlla’i Ya Dousah” costarring Maged Al Masri, Mohammed Nagati, and young actress Mennatallah Shalabi