August 16, 2000
Jordanian and Egyptian investors have set up a public shareholding company that will oversee the implementation of an ambitious $300-$500 million tourist complex in Aqaba.
Forty Jordanian companies which have been encountering financial difficulties and heavy debts are now subjected to intensive surveillance and monitoring by the companies comptroller at the Ministry of
August 15, 2000
Jordan’s Foreign Minister Abdul Ilah Khatib says there is no contradiction between the Palestinian refugees’ holding the Jordanian nationality and the
The Silesianie Group trapped their small but extremely enthusiastic North Theatre audience on Tuesday night in a delightful folkloric web of costume,
"The socio-legal discourse on Jordanian capital markets is still dominated by unstudied inputs and comments" says Lu'ayy Minwer Al Rimawi,a part-time lecturer at the London School of Economics. Those
Jordanian Internet cafes are faced with a real dilemma. Three months ago, the previous cabinet came up with a set of regulations that stigmatise the Internet cafes as houses of ill repute.
Public enterprises in Less Developed Countries (LDCs) are often expected to pursue social objectives, which can range from subsidies to particular consumer groups, assisting certain regions, and creat
Discussion of capital markets regulation in Jordan cannot be complete without fully understanding the conditions that make emerging economies what they are. The debate whether Jordan is a “third world
August 14, 2000
Discussion of capital markets regulation in Jordan cannot be complete without fully understanding the conditions that make emerging economies what the
Jordan’s security services arrest five activists of the Palestinian faction Fateh-Intifada, after an attack on an Arab Knesset member at the Baqaa ref
The Kingdom's revenues and foreign aid in the first half of the year 2000 rose by 3.2 percent, a report by the Ministry of Finance said on Saturday.
Against a backdrop of corruption charges by members, the executive council of the Jordan Medical Association has (JMA) decided to sue its predecessors for allegedly losing JD three millions in JMA pen
The Internet may feel like a place where you roam anonymously and privately, but with every foray onto the Internet, your PC actively exchanges information with other computers.
August 13, 2000
A group of Islamists are planning to set up a new political party in Jordan. It will be the second licensed party adopting Islam as ideology after the
Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Barak is expected in Amman this week to discuss with King Abdullah II the latest developments in the Middle East peace pro