Jordan

October 30, 2000

02:00 GMT

The government is not expected to compensate contractors hit with financial losses caused by rising steel and iron prices since late 1999, said a senior official of the Jordan Construction Contractors

October 29, 2000

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Palestinian Center Culture based in Amman will organize an art and craft exhibition at the Abu Dhabi Cultural Foundation on November 6, the Gulf News

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The Qatari Salt Company will soon become a major shareholder in the Jordan Safi Salt Company (JOSSCO) as a deal concluding their partnership is expect

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Kuwait’s Army Chief of Staff General Ali Mohammed al-Momen met in Amman Sunday with Jordan’s Prime Minister Ali Abu Ragheb for talks on bilateral ties

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A monthly publication in Jordan has started, in cooperation with a media institute, working on a report aimed at detecting cases of what they called P

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The lack of Jordanian customs regulations is allowing the entry of expired and badly-stored tires to the Kingdom while creating unfair competition amo

October 28, 2000

03:00 GMT

Around 80 Jordanian firms will participate in the Iraqi international trade fair that opens next week, or more than twice as many as last year.

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The Arab Federation of Journalists has called for measures to combat normalization with Israel, and is pushing for a blacklist of journalists who have

October 27, 2000

03:00 GMT

More than 1,000 people marched in an anti-Israeli demonstration in downtown Amman on Friday while nearly the same number attended a Palestinian solida

October 26, 2000

03:00 GMT

The Jordanian weekly Al-Sabeel has reported that an attack on an Israeli military patrol on October 13 was launched by a Jordanian soldier.

03:00 GMT

Jordan will not accept its 1,800 peacekeepers in Sierra Leone remaining "alone in the zone of conflict" after the withdrawal announced by Indian soldi

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Three Free Trade Zones, with $350 million in overall investment, are to be set up in Aqaba and Ghor Safi, expected to be finished in 2002, according to Minister of Finance Michel Marto.

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The Ministry of Trade and Industry on Monday decided to exempt importers of rice, sugar, barley, corn and foreign-made cigarettes from obtaining permits to import these goods.

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The Jordan Free Trade Association (JFTA) has welcomed the Free Trade Agreement (FTA) with the US as opening the door for the duty-free marketing of Jordanian products on the American market. An FTA wi

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In a move to strengthen its investments in the tourism industry, the Social Security Corporation (SSC) will soon become a stakeholder in Zara — Jordan's largest hotel investment group.