September 13, 2000
An international meeting on the promotion of musical heritage of the world is set to take place in Amman this week.
King Abdullah says that Canada and Jordan are currently negotiating what could be "the biggest single economic project in Jordan."
MobileCom confirms that it will offer a flat rate calling structure, designed to offer fairness and simplicity to customers in Jordan.
King Abdullah II of Jordan is a keen believer in his country’s high-tech future. Inspired by the King’s vision, several recent government initiatives work to create as many as 30,000 new high-skilled
Jordan and the Palestinian territories will engage in door-to-door trade from October 1 with trucks rolling in and out past Israeli controls without having to transship their loads.
Malaysian International Trade and Industry Minister Rafidah Aziz on Tuesday called on Jordan and other Arab nations to invest in her country and take advantage of the economic recovery there. For Arab
September 12, 2000
King Abdullah II of Jordan has decided to donate a number of prizes from his private resources to a new festival, The Jordanian Music Festival.
Starting October 1st Jordan and the Palestinian territories will have an open trade line between them without having to transship their loads.
The Joint Jordanian Iraqi Higher Committee is expected to hold a meeting next month to discuss the prospect of raising the ceiling of the trade protocol between Jordan and Iraq.
Over the last thirty years, Jordan has been called an oil economy without oil, because it, like the oil rich Gulf countries, has seen its fortune made and unmade with the rise and fall in oil prices.
Prince Faisal called for a greater measure of regional cooperation to achieve the aspired for economic progress.
A team of British Airways consultants ended Sunday a visit to Amman to investigate the possibility of buying a stake in Jordan\'s flag carrier Royal Jordanian (RJ), the latter\'s chief executive Nader
September 11, 2000
A team of British Airways consultants ended Sunday a visit to Amman to investigate the possibility of buying a stake in Jordan's national carrier Roya
Al-Bawaba portal, the first to offer original pan-Arabic contents, plans to bring the Middle East souk on-line. It is the largest internet content and
Jordanian scientists hope that advice and information from biotechnology experts can help them weigh the pros and cons of applying biotechnology in the Kingdom.