April 5, 2001
There's a lot of mediocrity being celebrated, and a lot of wonderful stuff being ignored or discouraged.
Hussein Fahmi president of Cairo International Film Festival, signed a three years contract with "Cairo Meridian", for hosting the Cairo Film Festival.
The Kuwaiti-based Kharafi group said Wednesday, April 4, it has awarded major contracts to build water and power plants for the $1.25 billion resort at Port Ghalib on the Egyptian Red Sea. Contracts
April 4, 2001
Egypt is seeking a free trade agreement with the United States that could offer US companies "a doorway" to Africa, the Middle East and Europe, Egypti
Egypt has refused to receive Israeli Arab cabinet minister Saleh Tariff.
Egypt’s Hosni Mubarak is to hold a meeting with US Jews in New York, which the Israeli envoy will boycott in protest of Egyptian policies.
pop star Hisham Abbas relied on a love of Indian films going back to his childhood for his latest Hindi-inspired hit song, the video for which was shot at the Taj Mahal
Iraq's Vice President Taha Yassin Ramadan on Tuesday, April 3, opened a weeklong Egyptian trade fair showboating 182 companies mainly from industrial, food and automobile sectors. The fair, the third
The European Investment Bank, the European Union's financing institution, announced Tuesday, April 3, it is finalizing a deal here to lend more than €36 million to Egypt to support business and techno
Egypt is seeking a free trade agreement with the United States that could offer US companies "a doorway" to Africa, the Middle East and Europe, Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak announced in Washington
The European Investment Bank, the European Union's financing institution, announced Tuesday, April 3, it is finalizing a deal here to lend more than 36 million euros to Egypt to support business and t
Export Development Bank of Egypt's semi-annual fixed income bond (EGEXPA09=CA) (11 percent, Oct 06,Oct 09) will distribute coupon #3 of LE55/bond starting April 18. Al Shams Housing & Development
On Monday, April 2, stocks recovered slightly, as the market rose in brisker trading. Telecoms moved in opposite directions, as MobiNiL (EMOB.CA) nudged 1.28 percent lower to LE52.26 while Orascom Tel
April 3, 2001
New barcode technology to be featured at GITEX Cairo, April 4th-7th, could provide solutions to help improve the handling, transportation and distribu
Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak and President George W. Bush vowed Monday to cooperate on forging Middle East peace, but the US leader gave no sign h