July 19, 2000
By Fuad Abu Hijleh Amman Jordan’s most popular cartoonist, Emad Hajjaj, assailed on Wednesday al- Ra’i newspaper which sacked him on accusation “of h
Jordan's royal court has dismissed as "inaccurate" statements attributed to King Abdullah which were due to be published Wednesday by a London-based A
(<a href=http://www.jordantimes.com>Jordan Times</a>) – Since the mid-1980s, the world has experienced an explosion in Direct Foreign Investment (DFI). The latter rose from $85 billion in 1985 to $240
(Jordan Times) – The government seems to be reconsidering its plan to set up a Free Media Zone (FMZ).
(Jordan Times) – Jordan's first quarter trade deficit widened in comparison with 1999's corresponding period due to increased imports.
July 18, 2000
Jordan's King Abdullah and Queen Rania have invited former president Ezer Weizman and his wife, Reuma, to dine Wednesday at the royal palace in Amman,
July 17, 2000
The Syrian authorities last week released three Jordanian political prisoners who had been imprisoned for several years, a Jordanian lawyer announced
The privately owned Israeli airline Arkia will begin flights next month between Tel Aviv and Amman, making it the third airline to connect the two cou
(Jordan Times) — Representatives of the information technology sector have embarked on a 10-week effort to review, realign and expand the national strategy for the industry's development.
(Jordan Times) – Jordan Medical Association has (JMA) decided to sue its predecessors for allegedly losing JD3 million in JMA pension funds through stock market deals.
(AFP, AMMAN) - The privately owned Israeli airline Arkia will begin flights next month between Tel Aviv and Amman.
(Jordan Times) – The weak performance of the banking and industrial sectors on the Amman Stock Exchange (ASE)has caused further decline of the market.
July 16, 2000
The Jordanian parliament on Sunday scrapped the public status of the national carrier Royal Jordanian paving the way for its privatization despite opp
Jordan's King Abdullah II met Saturday with Iraqi Vice President Taha Yassine Ramadan to look at the countries' economic relationship and the embargo
(AFP, AMMAN) - The Jordanian parliament on Sunday scrapped the public status of the national carrier Royal Jordanian paving the way for its privatisation.