August 30, 2000
A Switzerland-based bank has launched a campaign to attract deposits of individuals and commercial banks in Jordan to an international portfolio which was established for this purpose.
August 29, 2000
The Cairo Amman Bank (CAB) has recorded JD2.2 million net profit in mid-year results this year compared to the losses incurred in the same period of 1
A Jordanian court issued a three-year prison sentence on Tuesday against the Italian pilot who violated the kingdom’s airspace in April on his way to
A joint Israeli-Jordanian committee is scheduled to meet in Amman on Wednesday to follow up on issues raised during King Abdullah's trip to Israel las
Jordanian Prime Minister Ali Abu Ragheb has denounced some Jordanians' opposition to normalized relations with Israel, saying their efforts created a political and economic "burden" for the kingdom. A
Jordanian Transport Minister Mohammed al-Kalaldeh is expected to be named soon head of the Aqaba "special economic zone, a project through which the government hopes to attract billions of dollars in
Jordan’s GSM operator MobileCom announced yesterday it has signed a dual currency loan facility, composed of $60 million tranche and 40 million Jordanian dinars tranche loan by a consortium of 18 loca
Jordan announced on Monday it planned no increases in domestic gasoline prices in 2000 despite higher global oil prices.
Another way of observing the vulnerable position of investors on capital markets (when compared with market consumers) is when one looks at the various legal protection accorded by law to the latter c
The increased legal awareness for investor protection is often attributed to the rapid development of the capitalist system which has moved from protecting rights mainly associated with land and prope
August 28, 2000
Jordan\'s Prime minister defended the performance of the recently privatized Jordan Telecommunications Company, pledging to pursue a sound privatization process.
The Jordanian government is working to achieve an economic growth rate of 3.5 percent for this year, up from the previous average of 2 percent.
Prime Minister Ali Abul Ragheb confirmed on Sunday that the longed for free trade agreement (FTA) with the US will not be officially endorsed this year.
As far as the economist, as well as the average man in the street, is concerned, the economy may recover and the standard of living may rise by pursuing one of two approaches.
With growth inching up and joblessness falling, things are looking better now for Jordan than they have for the past few years. This has mainly to do with the price of oil and improvements in the regi