August 16, 2004
Reinforcing its position as the region's premier sourcing platform for the fashion, textiles and leather industry in the Middle East, the upcoming MOTEXHA Autumn 2004 will see a large number of trader
August 15, 2004
Lebanese singer Haifa Wahbi held a private concert in Jordan at the World Village festival, which former Iraqi President Saddam Hussein’s grandchildren were among the audience
A report, issued by the Arab Monitory Fund, indicated that the Jordanian economy posted a growth rate of 6.9% during the second quarter of this year (in fixed prices.) The report, quoted by Petra new
Egypt's Minister of Finance Youssef Boutros Ghali has recently said that the budget deficit was "not a source of concern to the government."
August 12, 2004
Iran's Foreign Ministry spokesman Hamid Reza Asefi Thursday expressed hatred towards the sacrilege of the holy sites as well as exacerbation of US att
Jordan's Ministry of Water and Irrigation decided to rehabilitate Ma'an Waste Water plant with a view to improve its capacity and improve environment in the area. The ministry signed a JD8.4 million
Plans are under way to establish an elevated electric train project in Madinah to facilitate mass transit of pilgrims and visitors between the Prophet's Mosque, the Quba Mosque and the 'Shuhada' are
The Amman-based Specialized Technical Services Group (STS), a leading Middle Eastern hardware, software services and solutions provider, announced Wednesday that it has been named as an IBM Premier So
The Saudi Arabian Fertilizer Co. (SAFCO) has entered into a loan agreement with a consortium of local and Gulf banks to the tune of SR 1.24 billion (US$ 330 million) for the construction of its fourth
August 11, 2004
A Royal Jordanian Air Force jet crashed Wednesday, with no casualties, an official from the General Command of the Armed Forces said.
Shi'ite cleric Moqtada al-Sadr called on his loyalists on Wednesday to keep fighting occupation troops in Iraq even if he is killed.
A Jordanian doctor and his daughter were found dead at their home in Karak on Tuesday, sources at Karak government hospital told Petra news agency. In
At least 10 Palestinian civilians were wounded, three critically, early Wednesday when Israeli helicopters attacked the Western Refugee Camp of Khan Y
Non-Jordanian investment at Amman Stock Exchange(ASE) increased to JD84 million until the end of July 2004, compared to JD17 million for the same period of last year.
The Arab Fund for Economic and Social Development (AFESD) will finance a number of service projects in Yemen's Hadhramout province with a total cost of $47 million, General Manager of the Local Author