Jordan

November 28, 2000

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An Arab committee for defending POWs and detainees has been formed in Amman.

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As delegates from the world\'s travel and tourism industry wrapped up their working papers and got ready to leave, and five-star hotels bid their badly needed guests farewell, Jordan is left scramblin

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The Israeli-Palestinian clashes continue to take its toll on the region. This time, it has found its expression in the tourism industry. The past several weeks have brought to a total collapse in the

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The trade protocol with Iraq means, at least in theory, Jordanian exports of goods and services to Iraq to the extent of $450 million during 2001, amounting to around one quarter of all Jordanian expo

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Exactly one year ago, King Abdullah closed the first Dead Sea Forum and okayed its 13-page blueprint for economic, educational, financial and administrative reforms. Away from the cameras and the pres

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An investment promotion unit (IPU), funded by the Italian government, is seeking to provide technical and financial assistance to small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) in the Kingdom to upgrade th

November 27, 2000

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Israel has accepted responsibility for 150 tons of toxic waste that sat in limbo for two weeks on the Israeli-Jordanian border.

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The recent Prague annual meeting of the IMF and the World Bank witnessed a wider and deeper recognition of the limitations of globalization and privatization by the very international monetary institu

November 26, 2000

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A Jordanian plane arrived on Sunday in the Iraqi capital -- the seventh such flight from Jordan in two months -- with a consignment of medical aid for

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King Abdullah of Jordan had talks with Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak Sunday on the Middle East crisis.

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Trade and Industry Minister Wassef Azar said that Jordan is trying to persuade neighboring Israel to secure the return of 150 tons of Israeli toxic wa

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By Munir K. Nasser Chief Correspondent, Washington, DC Albawaba.com   Jordan and the United States signed a Free Trade Agreement last month, the first

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The Council of Professional Associations and opposition parties announced on Saturday the launch of a campaign to boycott American products to protest US policy in the ongoing Middle East crisis. Camp

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Our reporter, assigned to cover the press conference held Saturday by the Union of the Professional Associations to launch the so-called \"Arab and Islamic boycott of all American products,” came back

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Hundreds of Jordanian students, mainly Islamists, pledged Thursday to boycott \"American and Jewish\" products because of Washington\'s perceived support for Israel in its conflict with the Palestinia