July 18, 2004
Two buyer credit financing framework agreements were signed Saturday in Algiers between Algerian oil company Sonatrach, Japan Bank for International Cooperation (JBIC) and insurance company Nippon Exp
July 15, 2004
Workers at Israel's ports have called strikes in response to Wednesday's passage of legislation for structural changes that will lead to their privatization.
July 14, 2004
The Bahraini Ministry of Interior received information from the National Security Body on plans made by the suspects, Bassam Abdularazzaq Abdulla Bukh
Syria's Minister of Interior Gen. Ali Hammoud stressed the "deeply-rooted" Syrian-Jordanian relations, asserting the need of developing these relation
The visit paid Wednesday in Algiers by the head of the new socialist government in Spain, Jose Luis Rodriguez Zapatero, constituted an opportunity for
July 13, 2004
A bank consortium on Monday signed a JD7 million agreement with Jordan Company for Development of Projects to finance construction of Marina Beach Hotel.
An Iranian official said Monday that US laws to levy tariffs on shrimp imports provides a suitable opportunity for Iranian exporters.
July 12, 2004
Tehran rejected on Monday an option of holding direct talks with Washington on its nuclear program.
The final schedule for the Jordanian summer festival Jarash has finally been released during a special press conference held at the Jordanian capital Amman by the administration of the festival
Director Sherif Sabri revealed that Egyptian singer Ruby’s first public appearance might be on Rotana satellite music channel, on one of famous announcer Hala Sarhan's shows
Customs Secretary of Nasib border center in Dar’a governorate, located at the border with Jordan, on Monday denied reports that fees on entry of Arab or foreign vehicles coming to Syria, were raised.
Jordan's state-run Central Electricity Generating Company on Sunday awarded Al Samra power plant project to a consortium comprising the US Black and Veatch Company and the Turkish GAMA Company at a co
Exports from Isfahan’s Folad-Mobarakeh Complex will hit 800,000 tons by the end of the current Iranian calendar year 1383 (March, 20 2004-March 19, 2005).
July 11, 2004
Jordan's Executive Privatization Commission and HSBC consortium officially signed a financial advisory services agreement for the restructuring and privatization of Jordanian Phosphates Mines Company.
"Saudi Arabia is one of the major countries both in market size and in the terms of the vision we have of establishing ourselves in the Middle East," said Aysegul Ildeniz, Intel's recently appointed r