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A message from Mubarak to Clinton
Egypt, Politics, 12/19/1998
Egypt and Turkey negotiate free trade zone
Egypt-Turkey, Economics, 12/18/1998
Egypt to expand central bank's independence
The Egyptian government is heading toward ratifying a new law that gives the central bank more authorities in practicing its activities as the ultimate monetary authority by canceling the ministry of economy's trusteeship on it.
Egypt, Economics, 12/18/1998
Japanese foreign minister to visit Cairo at beginning of 1999
Regional-Egypt-Japan, Politics, 12/18/1998
Sarid calls for Israel's withdrawal from the Golan
President Hosni Mubarak of Egypt on Thursday received the chairman of the Israeli opposition Meretz movement, Yossi Sarid. Following the meeting Sarid said his discussions with President Mubarak were good, during which "multiple aspects of the Middle East peace process were reviewed."
Egypt-Israel, Politics, 12/18/1998
Cairo denies deal with Islamic Group to halt violence
The Egyptian Ministry of the Interior issued a statement on Thursday in which it denied any deal between the government and the Islamic Group organization that provides for giving concessions in exchange for the "group's leaders'" instructions to their followers to halt violent operations.
Egypt, Politics, 12/18/1998
Mubarak confers with Arafat
Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak on Wednesday the received Palestinian President Yasser Arafat and held with him a round of talks dealing with the latest developments on the Palestinian-Israeli track.
Egypt-Palestine, Politics, 12/17/1998
152 billion pounds in taxes paid by Egyptians over 60 years
The most recent statistics issued by the Egyptian tax service revealed that Egyptians have paid 152,001,097,407 pounds since the establishment of the service in 1938.
Egypt, Economics, 12/17/1998
French minister says Europe does not mean to harm Egyptian exports
French Minister of Trade Jacques Dondoux stated that 'the countries of the European Union do not intend to impose any dumping fees on European imports of Egyptian cotton.
Egypt-France, Economics, 12/17/1998
Relations between Iran, Egypt highlighted
Deputy chairman of the Iranian Shoura council Hassan Rouhani met on Wednesday in Tehran with the chairman of the foreign policy committee at the Egyptian parliament, Amin Mubarak.
Egypt-Iran, Politics, 12/17/1998
Two Muslim Brotherhood members released in Egypt
The Egyptian state's supreme security court has released two persons who were arrested two weeks earlier on charges of being members of the Muslim Brotherhood group.
Egypt, Judicial, 12/17/1998
400,000 tons of Egyptian rice to be exported to Indonesia
Egypt and Indonesia signed today a note of understanding for exporting 400,000 tons of Egypt rice to Indonesia.
Egypt-Indonesia, Economics, 12/17/1998
Egypt cancels visa for Qataris
Egypt-Qatar, Politics, 12/16/1998
Moussa: Palestinians should unite to aviod explosion
Egyptian Foreign Minister Amr Moussa emphasized the importance of kepping the Palestinian internal situation away from an explosion.
Egypt, Politics, 12/16/1998
Rights organizations escalate campaign against Egypt
Egyptian opposition forces and parties announced the formation a front for political and democratic reform that aims at expanding general liberties, while 13 human rights organizations issued a statement in which they urged the parties and civil organizations to demand the stoppage of all provocative procedures against human rights movements in the country.
Egypt, Politics, 12/16/1998
Arresting out religion groups in Egypt
A judicial source in Alexandria said on Monday that Egyptian security forces arrested a group of 20 persons led by Muhammad Ibrahim Mahfouz (60) under charges of violating the Islamic religion.
Egypt, Judicial, 12/16/1998
Egyptian official discusses relations with Sudan
Sudanese Foreign Minister Mustafa Othman Ismael met yesterday with Samir Seif, the first Egyptian assistant foreign minister, who is currently visiting Khartoum to participate in the meetings of the ministerial meeting on refugees.
Egypt-Sudan, Politics, 12/16/1998
Mubarak confers with Kabila
Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak and President of the Democratic Republic of the Congo Laurent Kabila on Monday in Cairo held a round of talks.
Egypt-Congo, Politics, 12/15/1998
Israeli delegation to visit Cairo
A delegation from the Israeli Meretz movement will visit Cairo on Thursday under the chairmanship of Knesset member Yossi Sarid to discuss with Egyptian officials the result of US President Bill Clinton's visit to Israel
Egypt-Israel, Politics, 12/15/1998
Discussing increasing the exports of the Egyptian textile to the U.S.A
Egypt-USA, Economics, 12/15/1998
Mubarak confers with Congo counterpart
Egypt-Congo, Politics, 12/14/1998
Egypt: 400 extremists set free
The Egyptian authorities on Sunday released 400 extremists who were arrested in accordance with the emergency law in force since 1981.
Egypt, Judicial, 12/14/1998
France provides financing for Egyptian infrastructure projects
Egyptian Minister of Trade and Supply Ahmed Goweili signed yesterday with his French counterpart, Jacques Dondoux, an agreement on food aid for 1998, according to which France grants 30,000 tons of wheat to Egypt.
Egypt-France, Economics, 12/14/1998
62 Egyptian companies to be floated in first half of next year
Egyptian Minister of Public Enterprises Atef Ebid said that 62 companies will floated for sale during the first half of the coming year to strategic investors.
Egypt, Economics, 12/14/1998
For better Egyptian-Iranian relations
Iranian Vice President Masumeh Ebtekar has asserted that strengthening economic and trade relations between Egypt and Iran would foster political relations between the two countries.
Egypt-Iran, Politics, 12/14/1998
Egyptian parliamentary delegation visits Iran for the first time since 1979
An Egyptian parliamentary delegation left for Tehran on Sunday on a visit which will last for several days, the first visit of its kind in 19 years.
Egypt-Iran, Politics, 12/14/1998
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