Jordan

October 25, 2000

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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

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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

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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

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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.

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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.

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The Amman Court of First Instance issued a summons for Khaled and Akram Shaheen to appear before Judge Hassan Hazaimeh on Thursday Oct. 26.

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The World Bank is currently keen about improving its image and being seen as a friend of the poor around the world.

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The Jordan Dead Sea Industries Company will soon be a thing of the past, as the purpose of the firm is no longer valid.

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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

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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

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A number of Jordanian Politicians expressed their resentment of the resolutions of the Arab Emergency Summit, which was concluded in Cairo on Sunday.

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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

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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

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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

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The Jordan Phosphate Mines Company (JPMC) has denied reports that the company was negotiating the sale of its Aqaba complex.