September 16, 2000
Five Jordanian students are currently studying at Ort Brauda College in Karmiel, Israeli Wires agency reported Saturday. According to the agency, seve
September 15, 2000
MobileCom, Jordan's second mobile service provider, launched Friday with a package of services and offers expected to make the service accessible and
Chairman of the Jordan Securities Commission (JSC) Bassam Saket called for the establishment of a “Trade Court” to rule on commercial disputes in Jordan.
September 14, 2000
Jordan's military court will issue its verdict on Monday with respect to 28 men charged with conspiracy to carry out terrorist attacks during millenni
Jordanian businessmen who have been on a visit to Iraq told a newspaper that Baghdad had reiterated that it would not trade with Jordanian firms that
A school teacher was confined to a mental hospital after he went berserk and attacked 15 of his pupils with blows.
The share price indices of the Amman securities market were characterized by a relative slow-down during the month of August.
A workshop on textile application of high performance computing in the Middle East convened at the Royal Scientific Society (RSS) on Monday. The workshop aimed to develop specific HPC applications in
Prince Faisal, the Regent, received at Raghadan Palace on Sunday participants in the meeting of the Federation of Brokers in Arab Financial Markets, and called for a greater measure of regional cooper
Imports during the first five months of 2000 were more than double the exports, the Central Bank of Jordan's (CB) monthly bulletin revealed. The bulletin, a copy of which was obtained by the Jordan Ti
Over the last thirty years, Jordan has been called an oil economy without oil, because it, like the oil rich Gulf countries, has seen its fortune made and unmade with the rise and fall in oil prices.
September 13, 2000
An international meeting on the promotion of musical heritage of the world is set to take place in Amman this week.
King Abdullah says that Canada and Jordan are currently negotiating what could be "the biggest single economic project in Jordan."
MobileCom confirms that it will offer a flat rate calling structure, designed to offer fairness and simplicity to customers in Jordan.
King Abdullah II of Jordan is a keen believer in his country’s high-tech future. Inspired by the King’s vision, several recent government initiatives work to create as many as 30,000 new high-skilled