May 24, 2001
Fifteen Euro-Mediterranean countries will work together to set up a university in Rabat by the year 2002.
Jordan’s King Abdullah II will visit Berlin next Monday for a two-day official visit.
The National Democratic Party (NDP) won 14 out of 19 seats in the Shura Council run-off mid-term elections in five governorates last Wednesday.
Egyptian actor Farouk Al Fishawi has paid a local businessman 34,000 pounds to settle a bad check case.
Last Saturday morning, after shooting many scenes of the film Jaana Albayan Attali (We Have Received yhe Following Communiqué), costarring Mohammed Hnaidi and Hanan Turk,
Egyptian singer Hani Shaker will depart this week on a tour of US and Canadian cities, where he will perform mainly for the local Arab communities.
Egyptian Minister of Petroleum Sameh Fahmi met with the Saudi Minister of Petroleum and Mineral Resources Ali Al- Nuaymeh while on a recent visit to Saudi Arabia.
British investments in Egypt currently stand at $5.4 billion, making Britain Egypt’s largest foreign partner after the United States.
Good news for the Egyptian investment community, following the debacle last month when the British supermarket group, Sainsbury, withdrew from the country, taking a loss of about £125 million.
The Chinese Economic Authority has submitted a request to the Egyptians to annually import 5,000 tons of jellyfish to China.
CAIRO, (Reuters) - The median overnight interbank rate on Egypt's pound fell to 9-1/4 percent on Wednesday, May 23, from 10 percent on Tuesday in a liquid market, fuelled by a Central Bank repo this w
Egypt's allocated budget for scientific research reached $153.8 million for the fiscal year 2000/2001, reflecting a 60 percent increase compared with the previous year.
May 23, 2001
A top official of Egyptinfo.Inc, a IT company which wholly owns Omeldonia.com, is in the US for talks with several US companies, a Canadian bank and a
In an editorial on Wednesday, the Washington Post assailed Egyptian authorities for the trial of human rights activist Saad Eddine Ibrahim, describing
The Egyptian ministries of Communication and Culture, together with multinational IT titan IBM, have agreed to jointly develop a comprehensive website