June 21, 2001
An Arab-German economic meeting will be held in Cairo at the end of June 2001 to promote bilateral trade relations, under the title “Privatization in Egypt”.
As part of Egyptian efforts to encourage economic cooperation with France, Egypt’s economy ministry recently held a conference in Paris, under the title ‘Egypt's Economy in 2001, New Impetus’.
The tender for the sale of the Egyptian joint stock company, Transport & Engineering Co. (TRENCO) has been extend through the first of July.
On Tuesday, June 19, the market tanked while approaching historical lows on lack of fresh news. Both indices closed in the red with the PAMI index erasing 1.56 percent while the broader PIPO index she
The Atlanta-based Delta Air Lines has announced that it has started new nonstop flights service to Cairo and Dubai, the from John F. Kennedy International Airport, New York.
June 20, 2001
Egypt's Foreign Minister Ahmad Maher headed to the United States on Wednesday for a four-day visit, his first since assuming his post.
Egyptian Minister of Works and Water Resources Mahmoud Abu Zaid said on Tuesday that Ethiopia’s dams were not cutting into Egypt’s share of Nile water
Egyptian Information Minister Safwat Al Sharif on Tuesday called on his Arab counterparts to use the media to mobilize world opinion against the Isra
Palestinian President Yasser Arafat met Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak on Wednesday for talks on firming up the fragile truce with Israel. Meanwhile
Egypt’s tourism sector earned $1.53 billion during the first quarter of this year, according to a statistical study carried out in the North African c
France and Egypt have signed an agreement on upgrading the navigation equipment and weather monitoring laboratories at the National Civil Aviation Tra
Egypt’s men’s and women’s biking teams are in Syria for the Arab Biking Tournament in the northern city of Idlib.
Egypt’s U-19 soccer team will meet Argentina in the World Cup Wednesday night in a challenging encounter.
Zamalek’s striker Tareq Said has been elected the best player in Egypt in a poll in which 87 sports critics took part.
Egypt’s Coptic Pope Shnouda III attacked sensationalism in the press on Tuesday, while expressing “pride” at the press association and government's st