September 7, 2004
Exports of Jordan's Al Hassan Industrial Estate rose by 73% during August, 2004 compared to the same period of 2003. According to Petra news agency, exports last month estimated at JD53 million. Expo
The Central Bank of Oman (CBO) announced that in recent times there had been an increasing number of attempts of fraud. Such attempts were being made inventively, in different ways, employing subtle m
September 6, 2004
Jordan's volume of foreign trade rose by 34.2 percent during the first seven months of 2004 versus the same period of last year, according to the Department of
Three new oil reservoirs will be made operational at Isfahan refinery in late September, the managing director of Isfahan oil refinery company has said.` Tehran Times daily quoted Ayatollah Joshan as
September 5, 2004
The total exports of the Qualified Industrial Zones in the Zarqa Governorate last month amounted to JD 17,463,000.
A total of 3.16 million tourists visited Morocco during the first seven months of 2004, say a 19 percent increase compared to the same period last year, according to the latest figures released by the
September 2, 2004
Royal Jordanian Board of Directors met on Wednesday in order to discuss its final decision regarding the renewal of its short and medium range narrow bodied fleet.
A 35,000-ton oil tanker ordered by the National Iranian Oil Tanker Company (NIOTC) and built by a Korean firm will be delivered to the company within the next 20 days, reports said Wednesday.
September 1, 2004
Jordan's King Abdullah II started on Wednesday a several-day working visit to Poland and Russia. According to Petra news agency, the King headed to Wa
Iran's Foreign Ministry Spokesman Hamid Reza Asefi on Wednesday condemned Tuesday's bombing attack in Moscow which reportedly killed 10 people and inj
Jordan's Special Free Zone Company started the process of establishing an industrial estate in Al Karamah area at the Jordanian-Iraqi border with a view to serve investors and foreign firms working in
Sun Microsystems Middle East & North Africa Wednesday announced that XPress – an integrated wireless communications operator, which is the first and only licensed digital radio trunking service pr
BenQ, the region’s leader in digital lifestyle products, said Wednesday that consumer sales for its products in Saudi Arabia are outstripping those of the corporate sector for the first time, as the K
August 31, 2004
The Royal Court in Jordan announced Monday that Queen Rania, 34, is expected to give birth early 2005 to their fourth child. This will be Queen Rania'
Upon the desire of Prince Ali Ben Al Hussein and Miss Reem Al Ibrahimi not to hold an official reception ceremony on their wedding day, Jordan's King