October 25, 2000
Tenders for the long-delayed Wihdeh dam project on the Yarmouk River are scheduled to be floated by the end of this month, officials said on Sunday. government expects several international companies
Early in 1999 an agreement, which is the first of its kind, was signed by the Jordanian government and a private joint venture to take over the management of water and wastewater of Greater Amman. Thi
By cutting down their yearly petroleum consumption of 320 million tones by only two percent, Arab countries could save around 6.5 million tones of petroleum with a value of $1.5 billion, Wael Sabri, m
The Housing Bank for Trade and Finance (HBTF) has signed a partnership agreement with the German company, Instingo AG, to facilitate electronic trade via the Internet.
The bourse fell on Monday in volume dominated by block deals in two mining firms in an otherwise gloomy investor outlook on worries over Middle East stability.
The Amman Court of First Instance issued a summons for Khaled and Akram Shaheen to appear before Judge Hassan Hazaimeh on Thursday Oct. 26.
The World Bank is currently keen about improving its image and being seen as a friend of the poor around the world.
The Jordan Dead Sea Industries Company will soon be a thing of the past, as the purpose of the firm is no longer valid.
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.