September 20, 2000
German Chancellor, Gerhard Schroeder will be making an official visit to Jordan in October as part of a regional tour.
Around 1,000 aspiring IT professionals are expected to get a golden chance to benefit from a training initiative, as the Labor Ministry's Training and
Jordanian Prime Minister Ali Abu Ragheb might travel soon to Iraq in a first visit to Baghdad in nearly a decade by a head of government.
In an interview last week, the Jordanian minister of post and communications said that what is going on between MobileCom and Fastlink is the best example of what competition can provide to the citize
September 19, 2000
Following inspection by the Swedish Medical Products Agency, the United Pharmaceutical Manufacturing Company (UPMC) has proven to fulfill the demands
The bourse was depressed on Sunday as investors refrained from trading amid turnover dominated by block deals in rarely traded shares, dealers said.
Tourism professionals from 20 countries were told on Sunday that the new competitive edge in their industry is quality.
It is not proper to deal with the industrial sector and pass judgement on its state of affairs as if it is composed of identical units. Every industry has its own specific set of circumstances. An exa
The first Arab conference on electronic trade and intellectual property rights will open in Amman under royal patronage on Monday, with the participation of international experts and representatives o
September 18, 2000
A man condemned to death Monday in absentia by a Jordanian court for plotting terrorist actions has denied that he was guilty and said he would face t
Mobilcom, Jordan\'s second mobile service provider promised to enter the market “like a lion”, saying its pricing structure, announced on Wednesday, would “break down the barriers” to access to mobile
The trading value on the Amman Stock Exchange declined by 23.6 percent in the first eight months of this year compared to the same period of 1999, the ASE's monthly bulletin showed on Saturday.
Negotiations about a Canadian exploration project in Jordan have been going on for more than a year.
The Governor of Aqaba district has announced that a number of major investment projects are planned for this region, to be commenced in the beginning of next year.
September 17, 2000
Jordan's Police in the Balqa Governorate on Wednesday busted an attempt to illegally sell a 1,600-1,700-year-old naturally preserved mummy, the Jordan