December 25, 2000
The Central Bank of Egypt announced the acceptable bids for its 182-day T-Bill auction, from which 55 out of 64 bids were accepted with a total face value of LE601.050 million. The annual interest rat
Bears were decidedly in the driver\'s seat this week, dragging the Cairo & Alexandria Stock Exchange downwards. Most stocks lost ground ending the week in the red.
December 24, 2000
According to a report issued by the Washington-based Egyptian commercial representation bureau, Egypt exported clothes and textile products worth E£28
The Egyptian Electricity Holding Company will inaugurate a new electricity generation station in the Sinai region of Ayun Mossa next month, reported <I>Elakhbar</I> newspaper.
The Suez Canal is expected to post revenues of $2.1 billion in 2000 — a record high since the canal was opened in 1879, officials said in remarks published here Wednesday.
December 23, 2000
An Egyptian member of parliament said in statements published Saturday that Egyptians married to Israeli women should be stripped of their citizenship
December 22, 2000
An Islamic militant ravaged by cancer died earlier this month in an Egyptian prison for lack of proper medical care.
Israel has learned how sacred Jerusalem is to the Arabs after having \"almost aborted\" peace efforts with its crackdown on the Palestinians.
December 21, 2000
Apache Corporation (NYSE: APA) announced today that the Neith S. 3X appraisal of its 2,634 barrel-per-day 1X discovery from earlier this year has confirmed the presence of commercial hydrocarbons on t
On Tuesday, December 20, Cairo’s stock market dipped in mixed trading, led lower as usual by large-cap stocks. GSM providers MobiNiL (EMOB.CA) and Orascom Telecom –OT (ORTE.CA) contributed to the down
December 20, 2000
An Egyptian court on Wednesday overruled a decision by EgyptAir to suspend a prominent pilot for barring Israeli security men from searching his plane
Palestinian leader Yasser Arafat warned on Wednesday that the latest Israeli \"aggressions\" would destroy peace efforts now underway in the United St
A recent study conducted by the Egyptian government revealed that Egypt comes second in the volume of e-trade after the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC)
The US ratings agency Standard and Poor\'s has issued a complimentary assessment of the Egyptian economy, noting that a growth rate of 5 percent during the past four years offers foreign investors the
Egypt’s tourism boom is on the verge of breakdown, a victim of the recent Israeli-Palestinian violence that broke out late September.