04 janvier 2005

Egypt is getting close to Tigana

Jean Tigana will be the next coach of the Pharaos? In the midst of a research for a coach for the national team, the Football Egyptian federation (FEF) has come closer to the former coach of Monaco and Fulham. It would even be close to conclude an agreement with the former member of the "magic square" of the french national team, according to the Egyptian site "YallaKora. Thus, Tigana is expected in Cairo on Friday to observe the Egyptian national team during its first friendly match of the year, against... [Lire la suite]
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04 janvier 2005

AFRICA: Tunisia, leader despite all

CROWN. Sacred continental champions at home early this year, the Eagles of Carthage have offered two distinct faces in 2004. Upon arrival, they had very little ahead of Morocco, who are  more regular...It only lasted a month, but at the time to distinguish the forty countries that took part in international matches in 2004, the finals of the African Cup of Nations takes, obviously  all its importance. Real Himalaya of 2004, a year divided on two (the second half was devoted to the combined playoffs World Cup-Africa Cup 2006)... [Lire la suite]
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31 octobre 2004

Florida will remain the most critical state for the U.S. presidential as in 2000?

In the light of accusations levelled at U.S. President George W. Bush, to falsify the 2000 presidential, specially in the State of Florida, where his brother is governor, there was a need to know what the voters of that State think policies of Bush and the electoral programme of John Kerry.     First, we have to know that despite the message from the leader of the movement "al Qaeda", Osama bin Laden, sent to Americans, calling Washington to change its foreign policy so the American people can live in peace,... [Lire la suite]
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25 septembre 2004

An expert in economics: The Egyptian economic reforms enhance foreign investment

"The economic reforms recently adopted by the Egyptian government were marked by a clear vision about what is necessary to improve economic performance and overcome obstacles that affected investments in the past few years", said Mark Johnson, an expert in economics at the Euromoney. Johnson said that the "bold" and "accelerated" steps taken by the Government to realize the reforms strengthen the position of Egypt as a driving force of development and reform in the Arab region. "Egypt has... [Lire la suite]
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16 septembre 2004

The private tourism sector: A plan is needed before the construction of new hotels in Egypt

The ninth Arab financing forum organized by Euromoney affirmed the importance of having a plan before building more hotels in Egypt. During the meeting "Investment in tourism", Mohammad al-Chabrawy, CEO of American Express Travel Services, stressed that the current pace of construction of hotels in Egypt could double the number of rooms in five years, which can lead to a low occupancy rate in hotels if the number of tourists remained stable. A vision shared by the regional director of "Abercrombie & Kent... [Lire la suite]
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15 septembre 2004

The Euromoney discuss the new orientations of Egyptian banks

Influenced by the crisis of non-repaid loans fOR Egyptian banks, participants in the 9th Arab financing forum organized by Euromoney Institution discussed the developments in the Egyptian banking system. At the session held under the theme "The Egyptian banks: The new guidelines", Mahmoud Sayed Abdel Latif, CEO of "Egyptian American Bank and Bank of Alexandria", said that in the past, public banks had controlled between 70 and 80% of loans and savings in Egypt. "But their current quota does not exceed... [Lire la suite]
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14 septembre 2004

The Euromoney examines the problems of real estate financing in Egypt

The participants in the 9th Arab funding forum, organized by Euromoney Institution, discussed the problems of the real estate market in Egypt. They first claimed that this market needs to be stimulated to increase the value of investissements. Hussein Sabour, CEO of the Company "al-Ahly for Real Estate Development", stressed the importance of the Egyptian real estate market's volume. "This market is characterized by strong demand and the diversity of categories of buyers. For this, we need to encourage... [Lire la suite]
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28 janvier 2004

Policemen and civilians united to overcome the disaster

The disaster caused by the collapse Monday evening of a building in Medinet Nasr in the suburbs of Cairo, unified policemen and civilians around a single objective: Overcoming this tragedy. The police, who, a day before, January 25th, was adorned with all its decorations and was preparing to celebrate his feast, was saddened by the loss of 13 of its crew, 4 officers and 9 soldiers, who perished under the rubble of the collapsed building. Around 20 pm, Monday, a warehouse, located at the bottom of the eleven-storey building in the... [Lire la suite]
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18 septembre 2003

An official of Euromoney : Egypt has taken significant steps in economic reform

"The Egyptian government has committed during the 8th Arab Forum for funding to carry out the necessary measures to achieve economic reform", said Mark Johnson, an official of the institution Euromoney, organizer of the forum.Johnson precised that the forum has helped to examine the reality of economic situation in the Arab region and the need to pump more investments in this region.He added that the meeting reviewed the performance of the Arab economy in general and Egypt in particular, in addition to the challenges facing... [Lire la suite]
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01 juillet 2003

Mixed marriages: the boundaries of love

In Egypt as elsewhere, love is sometimes ignoring passports. If couples see a rewarding relationship, the obstacles are not lacking : the cultural and religious gap are not the least. One evening, in a Dance club of Helsinki, Zaza meets a beautiful Finnish girl. A love story begins, concluded with a wedding! and divorce four years later. "She converted to Islam and became more practicing than I am, I am no longer a good Muslim fir her because I drink alcohol and do not do Ramadan regularly", says the young man ,... [Lire la suite]
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