12 septembre 2006

The Egyptian banking sector in numbers

The Egyptian banking sector has witnessed a major activity during the last two years, in  bothperformance and  structure levels, in the light of merging and acquisition transactions, which show the following figures:        -- 59, number of banks operating in Egypt during the fiscal year 2004/2005 against 81 banks in 1990/1991.        -- 2847, number of subsidiaries of banks operating in Egypt during the 2004/2005 fiscal year against 1882 in 1990/1991.     During 2006, the... [Lire la suite]
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11 septembre 2006

The Egyptian sector of energy in numbers

The Egyptian sector of energy is one of the important and pioneers sectors for the development of the egyptian economy as shown by the following numbers :        -- 102, number of oil agreements concluded during the last seven years.        -- 10,6 billion dollars, value of Egyptian exports of oil and natural gas during the fiscal year 2005/2006.        -- 305 million dollars, Egyptian exports of brut and petroleum products in June 2006.     ... [Lire la suite]
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02 août 2006

Al Ahly, the only serious suitor to his own succession

This article was written with Arnaud Saint-Jean for www.lepetitjournal.com The Egyptian football championship resumes Rights tomorrow. Once again, the main interest will be which club can finally beat Al-Ahly, holder of the title and unbeaten for two years. Review of various forces. In Cairo, it is called the "invincible red fort" and his players are the "Red Devils". With 31 titles of the egyptian championship and a world record of two seasons without defeat, the club al-Ahly seems once again unbeatable. By... [Lire la suite]
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22 mai 2006

For the 2nd season in a raw...al-Ahly is unbeatable

The Almighty "al-Ahly" has officially won Monday the 2005/2006 edition of the egyptian football championship (D1) after beating his opponent "Ismaili" with the score of four unanswered goals in the 26th and last day of the championship. The "Red Devils" have continued their incredible performance, finishing the 2nd consecutive season of championship without any defeat, thus raising the record to 56 matches without loss. Invincible throughout the championship, al-Ahly has realized 23 victories and... [Lire la suite]
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01 mars 2006

The 23 Pharoas winners of the CAN 2006

The 23 Pharaohs of the CAN 2006 in the eyes of Chawqi Gharib, Assistant of the coach Hassan Shehata (Only 17 players participated at games at least once). Goalkeepers:Essam el-Hadary: It is a lion who knows how to protect its lair.Abdel Wahed El-Sayed: Its presence and its level has forced el-Hadary to do its best not to lose its place as the holder.Mohammed Abdel Monsef: He leads the competition by remaining mobilized.Defenders:Ibrahim Said: We bet on his competence and commitment and we won our bet. He was very good.Abdel... [Lire la suite]
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01 mars 2006

Mohammed Barakat: For us it was the victory and nothing else!

After having won the Egyptian league and African Champions League with his club al-Ahly in 2005, Mohammed Barakat just crowned his brilliant career by winning the Africa Cup of Nations CAN 2006 in Egypt. The midfielder, voted the best African player in 2005 by the BBC and named best footballer playing in the black continent the same year by the African Confederation of Football (CAF), is considered by many to be one of the most talented players of Africa. Confidences of a Pharaoh who disrupts opposing defenses.Tell our readers how you... [Lire la suite]
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01 mars 2006

Where the local players will go?

Friday February 3rd, second game of quarter-finals of the CAN 2006: the host country (Egypt) faces the DR of Congo at the Cairo Stadium. Everything is different between the two selections. Yet if anyone looks more closely, both teams have a none negligible common point : in these times of sports globalization and the massive recruitement of African footballers in European clubs, DR Congo and Egypt are still depending in majority on "local" footballers who play in their national championship. But the phenomenon has different... [Lire la suite]
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01 décembre 2005

Hossam Hassan : I'm proud of my career, but i could do better

At nearly 40 years old and with a track record with no less than 40 titles, Hossam Hassan, has become a legend of Egyptian football. Nobody forgets his goal against Algeria, which has allowed the selection of qualifying to the World Cup in Italy in 1990. Eight years later, Hossam Hassan scored seven goals during the CAN 1998 in Burkina Faso, and Egypt won the title after 12 years of famine. Reasons why thousands of supporters, in addition to the local football experts, wish to see Hossam Hassan become part of the national team that... [Lire la suite]
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01 décembre 2005

Ambitions of al-Ahly : become Real Madrid of African Football

The space of an evening, Saturday 12 November, the red became the color of Egypt. That night, for the fourth time in its history, al-Ahly won the African champions league. Faced by the red devils, the tunisians of "l'étoile du Sahel" have not resisted. The game ended by the score : three-zero. Immediately after the final whistle, thousands of fans rushed in the streets of Cairo. Waving red flags, they manifested till late in the night their love for this club of legend.For al-Ahly and its supporters, this event is to mark a... [Lire la suite]
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29 avril 2005

Al-Ahly won the championship in Egypt football without any loss

"Al-Ahly'' has officially won friday the football premier league (D1) championship in Egypt football after beating his opponent Ghazl Al-Mahala by scoring two goals to one. The "Red Devils", who won the title seven games before the end of the championship, finished the D1 without any defeat. During his itinerary invincible championship, al-Ahly won 24 games and two ties, carrying out several records whose victory in 17 successive games and recording 74 points during the championship. Al-Ahly, hungry for titles for four... [Lire la suite]
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