October 5, 2000
The governor of the Jordanian capital offered the city's keys Thursday to visiting Libyan leader Moamer Kadhafi during a red-carpet ceremony as thousa
Hundreds of Palestinian refugees protesting "Israeli massacres" over the past week clashed with riot police Thursday at the Wihdat refugee camp in the
Jordan launched on Tuesday its first action plan for e-government, envisaging its completion between the next three to five years and the implementation of a few fast-track projects within the next 12
Planet Payment and Clicomm have announced a partner agreement to provide complete turnkey e-commerce solutions to the burgeoning e-commerce sectors located in the Middle East and Arab Gulf.
October 4, 2000
Tens of Jordanian protestors in Amman were beaten up Wednesday as security forces cracked down violently on a demonstration protesting the Israeli mas
British and Australian oil firms signed an agreement on Monday with Jordan's Natural Resources Authority to search for oil and gas in the northern part of the country.
A visiting French delegation of industrialists on Monday concluded a three-day visit to Jordan during which they explored areas for further French investment in the Kingdom.
October 3, 2000
I noticed in the Jordan Times, and with passing interest, a picture of the Hindu God Ganesh with a mobile attached to his ear. I pass no other comment, only to use this illustration as an opening broa
It's been a good week. The annual Middle East Technology Show (METS) one more time has proven that the PC is an extremely versatile product. It can serve in the most demanding business applications or
The share index fell at start of weekly trade on Sunday, pulled down by speculative selling in market mainstay Arab Bank, dealers said.
A series of e-business projects which seek to guarantee small firms a better participation in the global trade arena was launched here on Sunday. The European Commission (EC), the Amman Chamber of Ind
Airline companies and travel agents on Saturday finally reached a compromise agreement in their dispute over hefty bank guarantees that airline companies demanded from agents in August to insure their
British and Australian oil firms signed an agreement Monday with Jordan's Natural Resources Authority to search for oil and gas in the northern part of the country.
Jordan\'s one-time monopoly, mobile service provider, Fastlink, announced a new “surprise package”, in retaliation against an aggressive pricing strategy announced last week by new market entrant, Mob
October 2, 2000
British and Australian oil firms signed an agreement Monday with Jordan's Natural Resources Authority to search for oil and gas in the northern part o