October 13, 2000
The wave of violence that swept the West Bank and Gaza Strip is taking its toll on the tourism industry, with tourists across the board cancelling their trips to the region.
October 12, 2000
Iraq's ambassador to Jordan, Sabah Yassin, praised Jordan's call for a halt in Lloyd's inspections of Iraqi imports through the Jordanian port of Aqab
MobileCom announced that its has topped 30,000 customers in the three weeks after the launch of its national GSM service, a statement by MobileCom said.
Amman, Jordan — Al-Bawaba, “The Gateway” in Arabic (www.albawaba.com), the largest internet content provider in the Middle East has re-opened its political forum after being forced to stop receiving m
Jordan has called for British insurers Lloyd's to halt its inspections of imports through the Jordanian port of Aqaba bound for sanctions-hit Iraq, Prime Minister Ali Abu Ragheb said Wednesday.
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October 11, 2000
Jordan has called for British insurers Lloyd's to halt its inspections of imports through the Jordanian port of Aqaba bound for sanctions-hit Iraq, Pr
Jordan's Foreign Minister Abdel Ilah Khatib travelled to Saudi Arabia on Wednesday for talks on the Middle East crisis and the upcoming Arab summit.
“There is a missing market in Jordan; the bond market,” agreed participants at a one-day seminar held on Monday about “The Government Bond Market in Jordan and Its Future Development.”
A Jordan-based Arabic Internet portal has shut down its forum amid a barrage of unsolicited anti-Arab and anti-Muslim electronic mail blamed Tuesday by its editor in chief on Israeli Internet surfers.
Land Rover will soon begin assembling cars in Jordan from parts imported from Britain. According to company officials in London more than 5,000 vehicles will be assembled in Jordan at a factory due to
Net investments by non-Jordanian investors in the kingdom decreased in 2000, reaching a total of JD 5.8 million, compared to JD 10 million for the same period last year.
October 10, 2000
The World Trade Organization's governing body gave the green light on Tuesday to Oman to join the global trade body, the WTO said.
Jordan's Interior Minister said that a total of 63 Jordanian police were hurt in clashes with anti-Israeli protesters last week in the kingdom.
Energy experts urged governments to adopt cleaner and more efficient ways of producing power and to use renewable sources and new technologies to ensure supplies and protect the environment.