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The Asian crisis and its effects on the Egyptian economy
Short-term debts total $1.5 billion in Egypt. That amount is offset by Egyptian reserves of foreign currency, which total anout $20 billion -- 12 times the volume of these debts.
Egypt, Economics, 3/21/1998
Cem in Egypt: No Turkey-Israel agreements against Syria
Egyptian Preseident Hosni Mubarak will receive today Turkish Foreign Minister Ismial Cem, who carries a written communique from Turkish President Suleyman Demirel to President Mubark.
Egypt-Turkey, Politics, 3/21/1998
Qatar's prince in Cairo Monday to meet Mubarak
The meeting will address "the insults" directed by Qatari newspaper El-Watani, owned by Qatar's Foreign Minister Hamad Bin Jasim al-Thani, against the head of El-Azhar.
Qatar-Egypt, Politics, 3/21/1998
US ambassador asks Egypt to remove investment obstacles
He urged US businessmen to invest in Egypt and Egyptian businessmen to free work in the private sector, referring to the importance of removing obstacles blocking investors and encouraging the commercial exchange between the two countries.
Egypt, International, 3/21/1998
18 million signatures for lifting sanctions
Egypt-Iraq, Culture, 3/21/1998
32% of Egypt's children suffer from malnutrition
Egypt, Health, 3/21/1998
Sudan and Egypt to solve Halaiub border between
Sudan-Egypt, Politics, 3/21/1998
Egyptian president's wife recognized for efforts in girl's education
The US Agency for International Development directed an invitation to Susan Mubarak, president Mubarak's wife, to attend the "Internationals Girls Education Conference" that will be held in Whashington D.C.
Egypt, Education, 3/20/1998
France hosts eight Egyptian children during World Cup matches
Egypt, Sports, 3/20/1998
Strengthening relations between Egypt and the Nile basin counties
Egypt is seeking to make use of water from agriculture drainage after processing it, in addition to using groundwater to satisfy the need for water during the coming years.
North Africa-Egypt, Politics, 3/20/1998
Egypt and Yemen agree to examine market requirements
Egypt-Yemen, Economics, 3/20/1998
Egypt - Libya agreement to strengthen relations between countries' youth
Egypt-Libya, Politics, 3/20/1998
More positive signs on economic relations between Egypt and Sudan
Economic relations between Egypt and Sudan are currently expanding due to the recent improved political atmosphere between the countries, and economic cooperation represents a main support for the relations.
Egypt-Sudan, Economics, 3/20/1998
Mubarak, Annan discuss ME situation
Egypt, Politics, 3/20/1998
Egyptian editor's sentence upheld
Egypt, Judicial, 3/19/1998
20 billion dollars ; the foreign reserve of Egypt
Egypt, Economics, 3/19/1998
92% of decreasing the tourism in Japan
Egypt, Economics, 3/19/1998
Yugoslavian official criticizes Egyptian press over Kosovo
Nesivesh compared the situation facing Albanian Muslims in Belgrade to the Egyptian government's attitude towards terrorists.
Egypt, International, 3/19/1998
Turkish FM to visit Cairo, Turkey-Israel alliance on agenda
Turkey's foreign minister, Ismail Cem, will visit Cairo next Friday to deliver a hand-written message from Turkish President Suleyman Demirel to Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak tackling the latest developments in the Middle East.
Egypt-Turkey, Politics, 3/19/1998
Mubarak to receive Annan tomorrow
President Hosni Mubarak will receive UN Secretary General Kofi Annan tomorrow, to discuss many issues, including the Middle East peace process and the inspection agreement Annan recently negotiated between Iraq and the United Nations.
Regional-Egypt, Politics, 3/18/1998
A line to transfer and to refine the Libyan petroleum in Egypt
Egypt-Libya, Economics, 3/18/1998
Egyptian - African cooperation on the increase
The volume of agricultural and the commercial cooperation between Egypt and countries of west Africa will be increased, said Yousef Wali, the prime minister's deputy and the Egyptian minister of agriculture.
Egypt, Agriculture, 3/18/1998
Egyptian-Syrian union , part 2: The hasty union
The Syrian leaders stressed that the union between the two countries would save their country -- Syria -- from outside (i.e. communist) interference, but Nasser saw the union as the beginning of his long-held dream of Arab unity and greater power.
Regional-Egypt, History, 3/17/1998
Moussa calls for peace effort
Egyptian Foreign Minister Amr Moussa stated that Israeli minister's threats to kill a person, whoever this person may be, is a very serious and dangerous thing that would greatly affect the region.
Egypt-Regional, Politics, 3/17/1998
A warm welcome for improved relations with Sudan
Committees from the Sudanese ministries of irrigation and higher education started making rapid arrangements to review the state of the confiscated Egyptian establishments.
Egypt-Sudan, Politics, 3/17/1998
Qatar - Egypt relations still tense despite Qatari emir's planned visit
Qatari Emir Sheikh Hamad Bin Al-Khaleifa will arrive in Cairo on March 22 for his first visit to Egypt since a political crisis broke out between the two states after Qatar's accusation that the Egyptian government contributed to the failed coup attempt in Qatar at the end of 1996.
Egypt-Qatar, Politics, 3/17/1998
Britain to reconsider its terrorism laws
In statements to reporters following his meeting on Monday with Egypt's President Mubarak, Cook said his country will take proper measures against terrorism.
Egypt, International, 3/17/1998
Saudi Defense minister confers with Egyptian army chief
Saudi Arabia-Egypt, Politics, 3/17/1998
Sandstorms continue to hit Egypt
Egypt, Environment, 3/17/1998
Egyptian commercial deficit rises to 28.67 billion pounds
The Egyptian commercial deficit rose in the first 11 months of 1997 to 28.6 billion pounds, up from 28.24 billion pounds in the same period in 1996.
Egypt, Economics, 3/17/1998
Egyptian-Syrian union , part 1: Nasser was the lion chained
People here and there still disagree over how to assess the revolution of July 23, 1952. Some think it was a populist, progressive, anti-colonial revolution, a quantum leap forward for Egyptian society. But others describe it as a fascist-style coup, the cause of Egypt's humiliation and a defeat at the hands of foreign powers.
Regional-Egypt, History, 3/16/1998
Mubarak discusses peace process with British FM
Meawhile Cook's planned visit to the planned Jabal Abu Ghaneim settlement in East Jerusalem angered Israeli officials. Fox News reported that Israeli advisor David Bar-Illan called the visit "provocative" and criticized European involvement in the peace process as biased, and quoted Prime Minister Netanyahu as saying, "Jerusalem remains and will remain the indisputable, indivisible capital of Israel."
Egypt-Regional, Politics, 3/16/1998
Egypt and Bosnia sign three agreements
Egypt and Bosnia signed two agreements encouraging and protecting mutual investments and enhancing economic, scientific and artistic cooperation.
Egypt, Economics, 3/16/1998
Pakistani prime minister to visit Cairo, Swiss agreement a first
Egypt announced its readiness to mediate between Indian and Pakistan to find a peaceful settlement to the dispute over Kashmir, but the prior agreement of the two countries to this initiative should take place.
Egypt, Politics, 3/16/1998
Moussa: Qatari dispute settled
Egypt-Qatar, Politics, 3/16/1998
Tel Aviv invites Gehan El-Sadat to attend inauguration of El-Sadat Square
Tel Aviv invited Anwar El-Sadat's family -- including his widow, Gehan El-Sadat -- to attend a special celebration to change the name of the "Clock Square," found at the western entrance to Yafa, to "Aswar El-Sadat Square."
Israel-Egypt, Politics, 3/16/1998
Egypt, Sudan move closer
Egyptian Foreign Minister Amr Moussa stated that the Sudanese President Omar Bashir's resolution to restore Egyptian possessions in Sudan is an important step toward removing all current tensions between the two states.
Egypt-Sudan, Politics, 3/16/1998
Tunisia to hold Egyptian festival for culture and arts in May
The festival will include an exhibition in which eight contemporary artists will show works in paintings, photographic, and sculpture.
Tunisia-Egypt, Culture, 3/16/1998
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