February 18, 2001
The economic group of eight developing Muslim countries, known as the D-8, is scheduled to hold its third annual summit on 25 February in Cairo.
A number of US telecom companies and institutions are willing to train 100,000 Egyptians annually and employ them in the United States.
An estimated six to eight billion dollars were smuggled from Egypt last year due to high exchange rates of the US dollar and a state of unstability th
Egypt's President Hosni Mubarak starts Sunday a three-day official visit to Italy for talks on bilateral relations, development of the peace process a
Egypt and Algeria signed 12 deals Saturday to expand and develop cooperation in various fields.
Egyptian Prime Minister Atef Ebeid said Thursday that the country's two-year-old recession was due to excessive bank lending in the three years preceding the downturn.
Central Bank of Egypt Governor Ismail Hassan announced that the exchange rate remains at LE3.85/$1 with a permitted fluctuation of one percent while pointing out that no changes were introduced to the
This week, ending February 16, the market was somewhat bearish in light of a lack of substantiated market developments. Instead, MSCI exclusion rumors abounded accompanied by regional political tensio
February 17, 2001
Egyptian Foreign Minister Amr Moussa arrived Friday in Algeria on a two-day visit during which he will hold talks with Algerian officials and attend t
February 15, 2001
Yemen and Egypt have agreed on nominating Egyptian Foreign Minister Amr Moussa for the post of the Arab League secretary general.
Egypt’s petroleum minister, Sameh Fahmi, has described as "groundless" reports suggesting that Egypt had signed a $3 billion deal to supply Israel with natural gas.
National Societe Generale Bank (NSGB.CA) held its ordinary and extraordinary general assemblies yesterday, which approved FY2000 results and distribution of a cash dividend of LE1.00/share. Distributi
On Tuesday, February 13, the market remained stable, although a slight downward bias persists. Profit taking returned to the Egyptian bourse, as investors focused on short-term gains on major large-ca
February 14, 2001
Centurion Energy International Inc., Calgary, plans to bring its El Wastani field on the El Manzala concession in Egypt on stream midyear.
Pan-African Internet Service Provider, Africa Online, has extended its operations into North Africa by acquiring MenaNet Communications, the second la