May 1, 2001
On Sunday, April 29, the market started weak on lack of news to stimulate buying. Helwan Cement (HELW.CA) was the exception, as April 29 was the record date for its LE5/share cash dividend. The share
April 30, 2001
Egyptian education authorities have finished with preparations to cope up with 745.000 Egyptian students due to sit for the General Secondary School E
Asia Pacific national tourism organizations (NTOs) representatives in the Gulf claim that Gulf travelers are looking more to the Asia-Pacific as again
Egyptian and Saudi Air Forces will hold on Tuesday war games with live ammunition at King Fahd Air Base in Taef.
Jordan’s security agents have arrested 13 Islamists, including an Egyptian, for allegedly plotting to carry out terrorist acts against Israeli and Wes
The Egyptian singer and actor Mohammed Fuad is making preparations to star an action film entitled “Rihlat Hubb” (Love Journey), which he wrote.
Yussra and Yahya al-Fakhrani will costar, for the first time, in the movie “Ahibbak Tani” (I Love you again),
Egypt’s ministry of transportation plans to inaugurate for testing purposes a 217-kilometer stretch of railway link between Ismailia and Rafah. The project aims to end the isolation of Sinai from the
Egyptian Prime Minister Atef Obeid has approved the opening of South Kantara Bridge, which traverses the Suez Canal, for testing purposes.
On Thursday, April 26, investors were inclined towards cashing in on their profits made throughout the week, ahead of the weekend break. Market bellwether MobiNiL (EMOB.CA) inched down 1.27 percent f
April 29, 2001
Dozens of Egyptian lawyers staged a rally on Sunday in solidarity with the Palestinian Intifada, while opposition parties and other professional assoc
Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak abruptly returned home from economic and defense cooperation talks with President Vladimir Putin without completing a
Israel and the Palestinians have agreed to a ceasefire, Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak told reporters Sunday after a meeting with Israeli Foreign Mi
It has been reported that Kuwait has discussed with Egypt, last week, buying a share in Egypt's Midor oil refinery.
The angry reaction of Egyptian at a decision by the Archaeological authorities to hold disco parties for foreigners in Luxor sites has led to a debate