November 12, 2000
The Kuwait Stock Exchange (KSE) slipped Sunday below the psychological barrier of 1,350 points to a three-month low on continued government-parliament
OPEC nations are tentatively planning a January meeting at which they could discuss the possibility of cutting output to prevent a supply glut.
Kuwait has arrested two more suspected members of a "terror" group planning to carry out suicide bombings on US military targets in the emirate.
Kuwait Petroleum Corp. (KPC) and its subsidiaries posted a net profit of 2.29 billion dollars in the last fiscal year following the surge in crude oil prices, an official report said Thursday.
Kuwait is in favor of OPEC cutting oil output if prices fall too low next year because of a glut, oil minister Sheikh Saud Nasser al-Sabah said Saturday.
November 11, 2000
Arab League chief Esmat Abdel Meguid said Saturday that efforts were underway at the Islamic conference in Doha to launch a process of reconciliation
Kuwait's earnings from oil in the first four months of the current fiscal year have hit 6.58 billion dollars, more than the 6.27 billion dollars proje
A Kuwaiti newspaper said thay US military experts were expected to study a possible link between a group of alleged terrorists arrested in Kuwait and
Shaheen"there is no impact because there Is full agreement and there is an article on this matter included of the conference's agenda."
November 9, 2000
Kuwait Petroleum Corp. (KPC) and its subsidiaries posted a net profit of 2.29 billion dollars in the last fiscal year following the surge in crude oil
The Kuwait Stock Exchange (KSE) closed the week Wednesday, November 8, down for the seventh successive week on the back of depressed investor confidence in an over-priced market, brokers said.
November 8, 2000
The Kuwait Stock Exchange (KSE) closed the week Wednesday down for the seventh successive week on the back of depressed investor confidence in an over
November 7, 2000
Kuwait authorities have arrested eight people Tuesday on charges of plotting to carry out attacks on US soldiers in the country.
Kuwaiti MPs on Tuesday called for radical reforms of the executive authority to put an end to the continuing political and economic stalemate in the o
November 6, 2000
Kuwait's parliament delayed for two weeks the grilling of housing minister Adel al-Sebeih despite repeated appeals by the minister that he was ready f