November 2, 2000
Sanctions-hit Iraq hosted hundreds of companies from 45 countries on Wednesday at the opening of its annual Baghdad international trade fair, after many of the participants flew in despite a UN air em
Iraqi Oil Minister Amer Rasheed said on November 1st that an oil pipeline between Iraq and Syria could be reopened in two to three days.
November 1, 2000
Sanctions-hit Iraq hosted hundreds of companies from 45 countries on Wednesday at the opening of its annual Baghdad international trade fair, after ma
Two Syrian ministers flew in Wednesday for the opening of the Baghdad international trade fair, joining a flurry of flights to sanctions-hit Iraq desp
Iraqi Foreign Minister Mohammed Said al-Sahhaf on Tuesday embarked on a five-nation Arab tour ahead of the Islamic summit in Doha.
Iraqi oil officials said on October 31st that state oil marketer SOMO will submit its new Euro price mechanism along with its November crude contract prices to the U.N. soon, as Banque Nationale de Pa
Iraq's oil exports have hit 2.76 million barrels per day (bpd), the highest level since the UN-supervised "oil-for-food" programme was introduced in 1996, an Iraqi newspaper reported Tuesday. Al-Qadis
October 31, 2000
Iraq's oil exports have hit 2.76 million barrels per day (bpd), the highest level since the UN-supervised "oil-for-food" program was introduced in 199
Iranian Transport Minister Moamud Hojati left for Iraq on Tuesday for a three-day visit as the two nations move to resolve their outstanding disputes.
Iraq and Syria have agreed to reopen the crude oil pipeline between the two countries in November, after an 18-year closure.
A Russian plane carrying humanitarian aid left Barnaul in Siberia for Baghdad early Tuesday.
A delegation of Russian deputies and businessmen has traveled to Iraq to participate in the Baghdad trade fair. The delegation expected to meet with Iraqi President Saddam Hussein, Deputy Prime Minist
The economics minister for Belgium's French-speaking Wallonia region, Serge Kubla, said Monday that a Belgian trade office would be opened shortly in Baghdad.
Iraqi Oil Minister Amer Rasheed said late on October 29th that Baghdad was making headway in talks with foreign firms to establish a pipeline to carry natural gas to the Turkish port of Ceyhan and had
The UN sanctions committee began meeting on October 30th to discuss Iraq’s proposal to conduct all oil transactions in euros, or any European currency, rather than in dollars, and to establish a new e