December 21, 2003
Fitch Ratings has assigned a Support rating of 3 to Banque Marocaine pour le Commerce et l'Industrie and a Support rating of 4 to Societe d'equipement domestique et menager - Credit Eqdom. The agency
December 18, 2003
Iran signed a key accord Thursday opening its nuclear facilities to unfettered and unannounced inspections.
Egyptian President Hosni Muarak may pay his first official visit to Israel, the London-based <i>Al Hayat</i> newspaper reported Thursday. Mubarak has
Iran's Foreign Minister Kamal Kharrazi said Wednesday that the Islamic Republic is to bring up a law suit against Saddam Hussein as a war criminal at
Morocco's King Mohammed VI "is firmly committed to edification of the Maghreb Union (UMA)," said on Tuesday Algerian foreign minister, Abdelaziz Belkh
December 17, 2003
Al Qaeda leader Osama bin Laden proposed attacking a Turkish military base used by the United States, but activists thwarted by heavy security, bombed
Iran will sign an agreement Thursday giving unfettered access to its nuclear facilities, Vice President Gholamreza Aghazadeh said Wednesday.
Swedish-Swiss power group ABB has won an order worth $31 million to install two power distribution substations in Algeria. The contract, signed with Société Algérienne de l’Electricité et du Gaz, is d
PC shipments in the Arab Middle East reached 380,438 units in the third quarter of 2003, up 24.5 percent from the same period last year. Desktops, notebooks and PC servers grew at 13.8 percent, 95.8 p
<b>Date:</b> Dec 15-17, 2003 <b>Location:</b> Bahrain International Exhibition Centre, Bahrain <b>Specifics:</b> A platform for all professionals in the Health Tourism industry from Europe, Middl
December 16, 2003
Iran's supreme leader said Tuesday that all Iranians were "pleased" at the arrest of former Iraqi leader Saddam Hussein, but said U.S. President Georg
Fitch Ratings has today placed Moroccan Wafa Gestion's National Asset Manager Rating of aa- on Rating Watch, following the merger between Banque Commerciale du Maroc and Wafabank.
December 15, 2003
At least two Iranian civilians were killed and 13 wounded when anti-aircraft manoeuvres went wrong near a nuclear power plant being built in southern
Yemen's President Ali Abdullah Saleh said the crime rate went down significantly after the security deployment that covered large parts of the country
Kuwait's Crown Prince Sheikh Saad Al-Abdullah Al-Sabah told Kuwaitis Monday that "heavenly justice was finally done" as Saddam Hussein was capture