September 10, 2000
The Jordan Industrial Estates Corporation (JIEC) will be the first investor in the Aqaba Special Economic Zone (SEZ), set to open on Jan. 1, 2001, a JIEC official said.
September 9, 2000
Jordan has signed a 6.6 million dollars agreement with software giant Microsoft to equip the government with the latest computers and information tech
September 8, 2000
<b>Date:</b> Sep 5 - Sep 8, 2000 <b>Location:</b> Zara Expo, Amman, Jordan <b>Specifics:</b> Jordan’s biggest telecommunications event, MEXCOM, presents an opportunity for local and foreign com
September 7, 2000
Shares continued their downward trend on Tuesday as most local investors remained on the sidelines in trade dominated by block deals, traders said.
MEXCOM 2000, Jodan\'s largest telecommunication exhibition, kicked off on Tuesday bringing together local and international high-tech companies to showcase the latest technologies of the telecommunica
Jordan's trade and transport ministers, Wassef Azar and Mohamed al-Kalaldeh, Wednesday discussed with Iraqi Oil Minister Amer Mohamed Rashid ways to improve the two countries' cooperation, Iraq's offi
September 6, 2000
Jordan’s Minister of Information talks about Jerusalem, the Peruvian issue and Jordanian-Iraqi relations to the press.
The Jordanian government has decided to reduce an exit tax imposed on all foreigners leaving the kingdom as part of steps to encourage tourism.
Prince Hassan of Jordan will attend the reopening ceremony of the Chevra Lomdei Mishnayot Synagogue in Auschwitz, Poland next Tuesday, Haaretz reporte
One of the most important rationale of capital markets regulation is to provide an adequate level of investor protection. Due to the importance of such a rationale, its treatment cannot be fleeting or
Two Jordanian ministers went to Baghdad Monday at the start of a visit of several days to discuss ways of increasing their country's exports to Iraq. Trade Minister Wassef Azar and Transport Minister
September 5, 2000
Jordan’s total revenue and foreign aid reaches one $166 million in the first seven months of this year.
Relations between Jordan and Iraq have warmed considerably since the ascension of the Hashemite throne of King Abdullah II over a year ago. Some see Abdullah's efforts to strengthen ties with its east
Company Press Release: Amman, August 20th 2000 — Info2Cell.com, the Middle East\'s first wireless information provider, today announced, together with Jordanian GSM operator Fastlink, the commercial
The Jordanian Health Minister, Musleh Al-Tarawneh states that Jordan is the third largest Arab country in terms of health spending. According to the minister, the local per capita expenditures on heal