April 9, 2001
Oman and Egypt will sign a memorandum of understanding (MoU) to enhance cooperation the agriculture field.
Syrian director Mohammad Malas is currently producing a film about the late Egyptian composer Sayed Darwish.
At the Arab Cinema week festival hosted by Kuwait recently, the Egyptian actor and star of the film “the City” Basem Samrah, former critic and censor Ali Abu Shadi,
Egypt is working to seal a contract to sell Iraq 300 buses within the UN oil-for-food program, an Egyptian transport official said Friday, April 6. "We hope to sign a contract to sell 300 buses withi
The Common Market for Eastern and Southern Africa (COMESA), a trade group of 20 countries, will hold its sixth summit May 22-23 in Cairo, the Egyptian president's office said Friday, April 6. Several
Egypt faces a greater need to adopt economic and trade reform as it moves toward signing a free-trade agreement with the European Union (EU), both EU and Egyptian officials say. The agreement, which
Trade Line, Schweppes’ Egyptian sales and distribution partner, along with Gargour Technologies, have announced the implementation of a new high-tech automated sales and distribution system.
The Egyptian government has announced that in cooperation with Microsoft Corp. it is launching an e-government initiative for enhanced government services and intra-government collaboration.
Organizers of the third annual GITEX Cairo event, which closed Saturday, said the exhibition attracted more than 10,000 visitors while its retail component, GITEX Cairo Computer Shopper, attracted mor
As Europe and the US moves increasingly to electronic commerce, importers will increasingly refuse goods that do not comply with international identification standards.
April 8, 2001
The Egyptian State Information Service has reacted to criticism of Cleopatra by the British Museum by issuing a statement saying emphatically that "Cl
North Korea has sold more than 500 missiles over the last 15 years to such Middle East clients as Egypt, Iran, Iraq and Libya.
A three-member Egyptian defense delegation will arrive in Islamabad on Monday for bilateral talks.
April 7, 2001
Egypt’s economy is expected grow by 5.5 percent this year despite the gloomy economic outlook of many analysts, Egyptian Prime Minister Atef Ebeid sai
Egypt’s ministry of communication and information lift on Saturday a ban on making Internet-based telephone calls.