August 24, 2000
Jordan has hit at Peruvian accusations of illegal arms supply, saying shipments have been legal and meant for Peru.
Egypt’s Olympic National team humiliated Jordan’s Al-Ahli 82-55, Wednesday night, while Jordan’s Jazira proved no match for Bulgaria’s Yambolgas, achi
Peruvian officials say that Jordan's former chief-of-staff is one of the "direct participants" in a ring that smuggled guns from Jordan to Colombia vi
Journey2arabia.com, a new Jordanian Internet start-up company, is launching a regional travel website. The company aims to become the largest online travel agency specializing in travel to and within
The US goverment signed a grant agreement Wednesday to provide Jordan $50 million to help it reduce its external debt and bolster foreign exchange reserves. The grant is the last portion of an overall
Jordan’s only seaport, Aqaba, has seen the the volume of cargo exported via its facilities rise 7 percent during the first six months of 2000, compared to the same period in 1999.
Jordan's cement factory, one of the country's top earning industries, saw a 38 percent reduction in its net profits for the first half of 2000. Gains for the first six months of the year stood at 4.5
August 23, 2000
Participants at the “Arab Symposium to Counter Normalization with the Zionist Enemy” proposed the formation of “one Arab front to resist normalization
Conservative members of parliament are trying to introduce a ban on alcohol in Jordan.
Libyan experts will visit Jordan soon under an agreement between the two countries to resume technical studies on a planned water conveyance project f
Jordan hits back after Israel's President Moshe Katzav refused to meet King Abdullah in Tel Aviv, insisting the meeting should take place in Jerusalem
Despite repeated calls from the Jordan Securities Commission to banks and companies listed on the Amman Stock Exchange, only about 37 percent of them have submitted their half-year results as required
A/C Delco, the world’s largest automobile spare parts supplier has opened a new service center in Jordan, the 12th center of its kind in the Middle East.
Our urge to privatize — and we in Jordan have taken many serious steps in this very direction recently — seems to be largely justified; at one level, in fact, it seems to be the natural, logical, thin
Jordanian businessmen are hopeful that an anticipated bilateral free trade accord with Syria will place their exports on equal footing with those of their northern neighbor.