August 13, 2000
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.
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
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.
August 12, 2000
A speech by the Director General of the Festival, the lowering of the festival flag, the quenching of the Forum beacon, and a spectacular firework dis
Hundreds of Jordanian protesters on Friday demanded a holy war to liberate Jerusalem, in a march that set out from a mosque in Zarqa.
August 11, 2000
Samira Saeed wowed her audience by repeating her mega hit ‘Al Bal’ after festival director general Akram Masarweh announced the end of the concert on
Rum band’s performance proved faint at the North Theater of Jerash on Friday.
Jordan's foreign debt fell 4.4 percent to 6.9 billion dollars in the first half of the year 2000 from 7.2 billion at the end of 1999.
August 10, 2000
With tantalizing smiles and a passionate voice, Samira Saeed captivated her audience at the South Theater on her first of two performances in Jerash.
For the first time in the Festival’s history, local Jordanian artists and craftsmen are displaying their work in the Fountain Square along the Colonna
The World Conservation Union holds its first congress of the millennium in Amman in October, with 2,500 delegates discussing environmental protection
Prime Minister Ali Abul Ragheb said on Tuesday he expected this year's economic growth to exceed the annual population growth of 2.8 percent amid signs of a turnaround in tourism and services in conju
A delegation representing private sector economic institutions on Wednesday presented His Majesty King Abdullah with the Vision 2020, a much-awaited document outlining the private sector's ambition an
Prime Minister Ali Abul Ragheb said he expected this year's economic growth to exceed the annual population growth of 2.8 percent amid signs of a turnaround in tourism and services in conjunction with
Jordan is among the countries allowed to import computers that can perform up to 28 billion operations per second, according to the latest decision by the US government to loosen restrictions on super