September 27, 2004
A ceiling of a building under construction as part of new expansions at Dubai International Airport collapsed Monday, killing at least eight people. U
The latest steps taken by Egypt of lowering tariffs and customs duties as well as the amendments introduced into the tax system will have a positive effect on the investment sector and the expected gr
A four-member delegation from the Government of Jordan, led by Lutfi Abu Hazeem, National Project Coordinator of the Property Tax project, Ministry of Finance in Jordan, visited Dubai eGovernment to s
As part of its planned expansion in the region, Thrifty in the UAE, Monday announced a significant increase in its car fleet.
September 26, 2004
Acer Computer (M.E.) Ltd. is to supply over 12,500 of its desktop computers to more than 700 schools across Jordan, in a deal with the Kingdom’s Ministry of Education worth US$12 million, it was annou
Emirates Airline has renewed its contract with FedEx Express to provide the airline with supply-chain solutions for an additional three years.
September 22, 2004
Lebanon's BLOM Bank will launch its banking services in Jordan by mid of next month at one of its branches that will be followed by other seven branches in the Kingdom in the future, according to BLOM
The Palestinian Ministry of Agriculture reported that the losses inflicted to the local agricultural sector as a result of the Israeli measures amounted to US$ 1,091,543,986.
Acer Computer (M.E.) Ltd. Wednesday announced that it is to aggressively target the consumer and retail markets in Jordan, following a year of strong growth, which was driven by continued success in t
Jowharat Al-Babtain Holding Group has commenced the collective partnership phase for the "Jowharah" real estate project. The announcement was made recently at a press briefing held at the Jeddah Hilto
September 21, 2004
King Abdullah II of Jordan arrived in Oman Monday on a private visit to the Sultanate. Sultan Qaboos bin Said led the welcoming party for the Jordania
Egyptian actress Nabila Obeid has revealed to a group of close friends that she intends on turning her personal diary into a book to be published
An agreement was initialed on Tuesday between Jordan's National Electricity Company and the Romanian Elctrobotere to establish a new conversion station in Amman and expand the conversion station of so
September 20, 2004
A blast rocked western Baghdad on Monday morning, <i>AFP</i> reported. There were no immediate reports of casualties.
Specialists from across the UAE are to attend a major Pan Arab congress on anaesthesia, which will examine major breakthroughs in the field of operati