August 21, 2000
Jordan's army chief of staff Lieutenant General Yousef Malkawi was due in Israel early Monday to meet Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Barak ahead of talks
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Jordan’s House of Representatives has approved the opening of private radio and television stations in the kingdom, ending the state's monopoly, a source in the parliament said Thursday.
Ever since 1987, when the famous UN report entitled "Our Common Future" was first introduced, the concept of "sustainable development" emerged as an elusive concept with no or little operational defin
The record speaks for itself. Bilateral trade between Jordan and Syria from the year 1995-1999 plunged. Between those years, Jordanian exports to its northern neighbor dropped sharply, while imports f
A meeting of the Jordanian-Syrian Higher Joint Committee concluded with the signing of agreements on improving cooperation in economic, political, tourism, agricultural, social and transport fields.
Economic strides have been made under the Jordanian-Algerian Joint Committee, but potential investment opportunities in the African country remain unexploited.
Procedures for the implementation of the Disi water project will be at the heart of talks between Minister of Water Hatim Halawani and his Libyan counterpart.
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August 20, 2000
UN special envoy Tom Eric Vraalsen has held meetings with Sudanese officials to discuss a UN-sponsored humanitarian assistance program for war-ravaged
Jordan’s Jazira have outclassed neighbors Wehdat in a fast-paced game Saturday night at the Sport City Center while Bulgaria tormented Saudi Arabia 95
The UK-based United Bank of Kuwait (UBK) officially announced last week its offering of $100 million international three-year notes, which will carry a floating rate.
This summer has resulted in a substantial rise in air-conditioner sales throughout Jordan, with local suppliers expecting the sales boom to continue for another two months at least.
One third of the companies have supplied the bourse with their half- year results despite the Amman Stock Exchange's (ASE) strict instructions to its listed firms to submit their results, bourse sourc
The Export and Finance Bank recorded a 33.3 percent increase in mid-year net profits, according to a statement released by the bank this week.