May 5, 2004
Microsoft announced the appointment of Samer Abu-Ltaif as the new General Manager to head the Microsoft North Gulf region serving Kuwait, Bahrain and Qatar markets with a base in Kuwait.
Qatar Petroleum (QP) spent in excess of QR1.5bn for local procurement over the last five years of which Qatari businesses won QR1.25bn under nearly 100,000 direct orders and call-off agreement orders,
May 4, 2004
Prince Naif bin Abdulaziz, the Saudi Minister of Interior, and his accompanying delegation arrived in Kuwait Monday night to attend the fifth consulta
Saudi Prince Sultan bin Abdulaziz, the Second Deputy Premier, Minister of Defense and Aviation and Inspector General, received Monday night a message
Radio Free Iraq (RFI) quoted an informed source in Kuwait's Foreign Ministry Monday as saying that Iran and Kuwait have formed a joint legal committee
An earthquake, measuring 3.3 degrees on the Richter scale jolted the city of Dehdasht, in the southwestern province of Kohgilouyeh and Boyer Ahmad Mo
Kuwait and Venezuela signed Tuesday an agreement to avert dual taxation - marking the first Arab country to sign such an accord with Venezuela. Ambassador to Venezuela Youssef Al-Qabandi represe
Managing Director of National Iranian Copper Industries Company Morad Alizadeh said on Monday that the country's copper production capacity will rise to 280,000 tons a year by March 20, 2005
Etisalat Academy announced the launch a full range of Maritime Security Courses. Offered in conjunction with Global Village Strategies, an Australian security organization, these courses are design
May 3, 2004
Kuwaiti Undersecretary of the Ministry of Commerce and Industry Rashid Al-Tabtaba'e said on Sunday that Minister of Commerce and Industry Abdallah Al-Tawil will begin Monday an official visit
Turkish and Iraqi businessmen moved to host a trade show in southeastern Turkey after its opening in Baghdad was postponed due to "security concerns".
April 29, 2004
Swedish IT services company Teleca has been selected to supply an inventory management system to MTC-Vodafone in Kuwait as part of a larger agreement with prime contractor Harris Corporation.
The Saudi Railways Organization is on track for privatization, according to senior company official, Hussain Khamash Al-Qahtani. The acquisition of the SRO is expected to follow a major expansion of t
April 28, 2004
The Kuwait Projects Company (KIPCO) posted a 173 percent net profit rise in the first quarter of 2004 reaching 6.73 million Kuwait dinars ($22.83 million) compared to the first quarter of 2003. The c