October 30, 2000
Angered by Israeli aggression against Palestinians, Jordanian customers are mounting a boycott against Israeli agricultural produce in the marketplace, particularly mangoes, said a government official
The Jordanian government is pinning its hope on Sudan to help secure the Kingdom's food security. A large-scale agricultural investment project 350 kilometers north of Sudan's capital, Khartoum, is ho
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
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
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
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
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
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
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.
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
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
The Jordanian weekly Al-Sabeel has reported that an attack on an Israeli military patrol on October 13 was launched by a Jordanian soldier.
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
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.
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.