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Austrian entry ban
Libya, Economics, 11/22/1997
Lebanese National Museum
Lebanon, Business, 11/22/1997
French - Egyptian businessmen meeting will be held next month
They chose Cairo to held their annual meeting due to their trust in the Egyptian economy and the success of economic reform program.
Egypt, Economics, 11/22/1997
Egypt to take part in UN Tajikestan conference
The conference will discuss the issue of reconstructing Tajikestan and supplying the necessary resources.
Egypt-Tajikestan, Business, 11/22/1997
Made in Saudi Arabia exhibition opens
Dr. Hashem Yemani, Saudi minister of industry and electricity, said, "The exhibition mirrors the time-honored Saudi-Egyptian relations."
Saudi Arabia-Egypt, Economics, 11/21/1997
Bahrain worker safety
Bahrain, Business, 11/21/1997
Cooperation between Egypt and Belarus in various fields
Egypt and Russia (Ukraine) have discussed methods of developing commercial, economic, scientific and artistic cooperation between the two countries aiming to increase the volume of commercial exchange.
Egypt, Economics, 11/21/1997
Egyptian participation in travel fair in London
Dr. Beltagui is also expected to meet with the British minister of tourism and the state minister for consulate affairs. He will also take part in the Mediterranean-basin tourism meeting.
Egypt, Business, 11/21/1997
Saudi Arabia needs loan for civil planes
Saudi banking sources announced last week that the kingdom decided to ask for a loan from foreign banks to finance buying new planes for its airline company.
Saudi Arabia, Business, 11/20/1997
Libyan-Egyptian talks about oil
These talks concentrate on establishing 2 pipelines -- one to transferee the pure oil from Libya to refineries in Alexandria to be used in the service stations established by Libya in Egypt and another to transfer Egyptian natural gas to Libya.
Egypt-Libya, Economics, 11/20/1997
An international conference to study Arab Economic Union
300 intellectuals and scientists from 20 countries are to attend the international conference for the common Arab market and the future of the Arab economy, organized by Asyut University.
Regional, Economics, 11/20/1997
Emirates: new stock market in the beginning of the next year
Financial sources in the United Arab Emirates affirmed the government's intention to establish an authority to take charge in establishing a stock market and another market for goods in 1998.
United Arab Emirates, Economics, 11/20/1997
Israel's arms industry produces environmentally-clean weapons, lead-free shells
A number of Arab states have already signed arms deals with Israel's main arms industry, but officials at the Israeli Military Industry refused to give details apart from saying that the deals had involved several million US dollars.
Israel, Business, 11/19/1997
Canadian companies sign contracts with Iraq
Official sources said that 22 Canadian businessmen recently signed in Baghdad a number of commercial agreements with the Iraqi government.
Iraq, Economics, 11/19/1997
Concrete barriers by Israel against Jordan
Sources in the Jordan Concrete Company said they expect Israel to continue placing obstacles to the entrance of Jordanian concrete to the Palestinian markets.
Jordan-Israel, Business, 11/19/1997
Mobile goes digging for oil in Tunis
Tunisian oil production increased in the first half of the current year by 3.5% and has reached 424,000 tons.
Tunisia, Economics, 11/19/1997
Saudi - Egyptian free trade zones
The joint Saudi - Egyptian higher committee will convene in April to pore over the executive measures of establishing free trade zones and ways of boosting economic and trade relations.
Egypt, Economics, 11/19/1997
Syria authorizes 1,494 projects at a cost of 7.3 billion dollars
Officials sources said that in the last six years, the number of projects included in the investment law had reached 1,494 at an expense of nearly 367 billion lira.
Syria, Economics, 11/19/1997
Palestine eases embargo
Palestine, Economics, 11/19/1997
Hariri optimistic about budget talks
Speaker Nabih Berri and Prime Minister Rafik Hariri studied the expenses in the 1998 budget during their meeting in Ein-El-Tineh, yesterday night.
Lebanon, Economics, 11/19/1997
Egyptian cabinet to privatize 16 navigation service companies
The Egyptian cabinet, headed by Dr. Kamal El Ganzouri, in its meeting on next Thursday will discuss widening the ownership base of about 16 companies.
Egypt, Business, 11/18/1997
Signs of Egypt's economic success from World Bank
He said that the payback rate this year reached a standard level of 25% from the primary budget of companies before the end of next June, the highest average payback rate the bank has witnessed in Egypt.
Egypt, Economics, 11/18/1997
Economic issues rise again
Prime Minister Rafik Hariri received ministers Akram Shehayeb and Elie Hobeika to discuss the 1998 budget and the ways to finance the chain of grades and wages project.
Lebanon, Economics, 11/18/1997
British Week in Cairo to increase the volume of commercial exchange
A senior official in the British embassy said that organizing British Week in Egypt is within the frame of the United Kingdom's interest in promoting and extending bilateral relations with Egypt.
Egypt, Economics, 11/18/1997
Qatar critisizes Egypt for boycotting MENA
The Qatari foreign minister blamed the Egyptian authorities for the deterioration of Qatari-Egyptian relations saying that Qatar had tried to avoid any breach in those relations but that Egypt took a very negative position.
Qatar-Egypt, Economics, 11/17/1997
Mena: latest developments
In his speech, the Emir of Qatar emphasized the importance of comprehensive development through regional cooperation and integration, thus reaffirming Qatar's view on the necessity of achieving real regional cooperation in the Middle East despite difficulties.
Regional, Economics, 11/17/1997
17 Arab countries in free trade agreement next January
Meguid said the progress achieved by some of the Arab countries in forwarding economic reforms, strengthening the role of the private sector and increasing the industrial products will contribute to the success of the agreement of the Arab Free Trade Zone
Regional, Economics, 11/17/1997
For first the first time`
For first the first time since the Gulf War, 26 Arab and foreign countries will participate in the International Baghdad Fair.
Iraq, Economics, 11/17/1997
Jordan and Israel discussing establishment of a joint industrial
Jordan and Israel are discussing their participation in joint industrial projects at the Middle East and North Africa economic conference, which began yesterday in Doha.
Jordan, Economics, 11/17/1997
Egypt, Tanzania to boost ties
to speed up the implementation of agreements signed between the two sides, especially with regard to water resources, irrigation, the elimination of double taxation and investment guarantees
Egypt, Economics, 11/17/1997
Kuwait-Egypt to unify mobile phone systems
The agreement includes unifying the mobile phone systems in both countries to allow subscribers to use their sets in both countries and pay their bills in their homeland.
Kuwait-Egypt, Economics, 11/17/1997
Setting up an Egyptian-Moroccan free trade zone
Egypt-Morocco, Economics, 11/17/1997
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