November 1, 2000
The Kuwait Stock Exchange (KSE) dropped 1.3 percent in the week ending Wednesday on the back of heightened tension in the Middle East and internal pol
By the end of November, the Kuwait Petroleum Company (KPC) will own 26 percent of the Mangalore Refinery and Petrochemicals (MPRL), reported the <I>Times of India</I>.
The National Bank of Kuwait (NBK), the emirate's largest bank, on Sunday launched an online brokerage, saying it was the first bank in the Middle East to introduce the service.
<b>Date:</b> Nov 1 - Nov 10, 2000 <b>Location:</b> Kuwait International Fairs Ground, Hall No 7, Kuwait <b>Specifics:</b> <b>Coordination by:</b> Kuwait International Fair Co. <b>Contact:</b>
October 31, 2000
Kuwait and Bangladesh signed a technical agreement on the recruitment of workers and skilled laborers from the South Asian country to the emirate.
Kuwait posted a net surplus of 707 million dinars ($2.3 billion) in the 1999/2000 fiscal year which ended June 30 after deducting 10 percent of revenues for a reserve fund, the finance minister said M
The Kuwaiti national assembly reconvened on October 28th after a three-month summer recess and is expected to weigh in on the question of foreign oil company participation in the country’s upstream se
October 30, 2000
Bangladeshi Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina Wajed on Monday started a three-day visit to Kuwait during which she will discuss efforts to lift a ban on Ba
A by-election is to be held on December 7 in Kuwait to fill a parliamentary seat left vacant by the death of veteran liberal MP Sami al-Munayyes.
October 29, 2000
Kuwait's cabinet on Sunday dismissed Iraqi charges that the emirate has been stealing oil from a border field and called for a UN commission to invest
Crown Prince Sheikh Saad al-Abdullah al-Sabah is set to return to Kuwait on November 1 after two months of medical tests abroad.
Bangladesh is expected to sign a deal with Kuwait to protect the interests of thousands of expatriate Bangladeshis during Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina
The National Bank of Kuwait (NBK) launched an online brokerage, saying it was the first bank in the Middle East to introduce the service.
Twelve students and their teacher were wounded in a blast that damaged a chemistry laboratory at a Kuwaiti college.
Kuwait's parliament reopens Saturday to tackle a series of essential economic bills, but the highest fiscal surplus in two decades is certain to cast serious doubts on the urgency of reforms.