Jordan

August 15, 2000

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Jordanian Internet cafes are faced with a real dilemma. Three months ago, the previous cabinet came up with a set of regulations that stigmatise the Internet cafes as houses of ill repute.

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Public enterprises in Less Developed Countries (LDCs) are often expected to pursue social objectives, which can range from subsidies to particular consumer groups, assisting certain regions, and creat

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Discussion of capital markets regulation in Jordan cannot be complete without fully understanding the conditions that make emerging economies what they are. The debate whether Jordan is a “third world

August 14, 2000

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Discussion of capital markets regulation in Jordan cannot be complete without fully understanding the conditions that make emerging economies what the

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Jordan’s security services arrest five activists of the Palestinian faction Fateh-Intifada, after an attack on an Arab Knesset member at the Baqaa ref

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The Kingdom's revenues and foreign aid in the first half of the year 2000 rose by 3.2 percent, a report by the Ministry of Finance said on Saturday.

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Against a backdrop of corruption charges by members, the executive council of the Jordan Medical Association has (JMA) decided to sue its predecessors for allegedly losing JD three millions in JMA pen

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The Internet may feel like a place where you roam anonymously and privately, but with every foray onto the Internet, your PC actively exchanges information with other computers.

August 13, 2000

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A group of Islamists are planning to set up a new political party in Jordan. It will be the second licensed party adopting Islam as ideology after the

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Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Barak is expected in Amman this week to discuss with King Abdullah II the latest developments in the Middle East peace pro

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Jordan has set the legal stage for the sale of vital touristic land along the Jordan Valley.

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In a magical sixty minutes, the Westdeutsche Blaserphilharmonie Quintet took their small, but highly appreciative Artemis Theatre audience on a musica

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Jordan's foreign debt fell 4.4 percent to $6.9 billion dollars in the first half of this year from $7.2 billion at the end of 1999.

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Drawing on international E-commerce regulating trends and modules to form a Jordan-specific one was the main purpose of yet another technical strategy workshop held at the Zara Convention Center on Tu

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Substantial cuts in Jordanian banks' statutory reserve requirements on commercial deposits have freed up funds for lending to spur economic growth, officials and bankers said on Tuesday.