October 25, 2000
President Clinton and King Abdullah witnessed Tuesday the signing of a free trade agreement that for the first time contains workers' rights and environmental protections. The agreement would eliminat
October 24, 2000
Jordan’s riot police used force on Tuesday to disperse tens of thousands who took part in a rally that headed to the border crossing to emphasize the
A number of Jordanian Politicians expressed their resentment of the resolutions of the Arab Emergency Summit, which was concluded in Cairo on Sunday.
Jordan riot Police were reported to have interferred Tuesday to disperse large crowds who took part in a rally that headed to the border crossing to e
US President Bill Clinton and King Abdullah of Jordan are to sign a free trade agreement Tuesday that breaks new ground by embodying provisions to pro
Just two weeks after starting remote trading, six out of 26 brokerage firms have started trading from their offices instead of the stock market floor, according to a statement by the Amman Stock Excha
The Jordan Phosphate Mines Company (JPMC) has denied reports that the company was negotiating the sale of its Aqaba complex.
The Jordan Phosphate Mines Company recorded heavy losses in mid-year results due to the financial allocations for early retirement, a decline in sales and an increase in operational costs, a company s
Jordanian potash continues to gain greater acceptance in the Chinese market, as larger quantities head to the Far Eastern destination.
October 23, 2000
Jordan's Muslim Brotherhood on Monday said the results of the weekend Arab summit were a "calamity" that did not reflect the wishes of the Arab people
Jordan's King Abdullah II left for the United States on Monday to witness the signing of a free trade agreement at an official White House ceremony al
The positive effects on Arab economies of higher oil prices from mid last year onwards and the ongoing structural adjustment programs in the non-oil countries saw Arab banks recording healthy returns
Oil prices have been on the rise for quite some time now. A few weeks ago, declarations by the Iraqi leadership of Kuwaiti foul play caused the price to jump past $38 per barrel and the euro and major
The University of Jordan (UJ) has been chosen to house the first Jordanian advanced video-conferencing network. The Global Development Learning Network will provide the opportunity for individuals and
According to the latest International Monetary Fund (IMF) "World Economic Outlook" released October 2000, the future of the world economy looks bright. The IMF forecasts that the world economy will gr