October 5, 2000
More than 1,000 stateless Arabs demanding the right to return to Kuwait from Iraq briefly ventured over border markers on Thursday.
The government of Kuwait has instructed officials to establish an international technology village to bring modern technology to Kuwait. The ministry of trade and industry held a meeting Tuesday to di
October 2, 2000
Kuwait's acting premier and foreign minister, Sheikh Sabah al-Ahmad al-Sabah welcomed Monday, calls to hold an Arab summit to close ranks in the face
Kuwait on Saturday welcomed the UN compensation commission approval of a $15.9 billion package for the Kuwait Petroleum Corp. (KPC) to cover damages incurred in the 1990 invasion by Iraq.
Kuwait's Oil Minister Sheikh Saud Nasser al-Sabah said Sunday that the current price of oil is satisfactory to everyone, and that OPEC will work to maintain its existing levels.
October 1, 2000
Kuwait on Saturday welcomed the UN compensation commission approval of a 15.9 billion-dollar package for the Kuwait Petroleum Corp. (KPC) to cover damages incurred in the 1990 invasion by Iraq.
September 30, 2000
<b>Date:</b> Sep 30 - Oct 6, 2000 <b>Location:</b> Kuwait International Fairs Ground, Hall No 6, Kuwait <b>Specifics:</b> <b>Coordination by:</b> Kuwait International Fair Co. <b>Contact:</b>
September 29, 2000
Kuwait's budget for the year 2000 is expected to have a surplus of more than a billion Kuwaiti dinars ($3 billion). An increase in exports of consumer goods in the first half of 2000 points to a surpl
Kuwait said Tuesday it has taken “all necessary precautions” as President Saddam Hussein's latest threats left Iraqi officials at pains to keep up the momentum toward an end of sanctions.
The Kuwait Stock Exchange (KSE) edged down slightly on the week ending Wednesday amid fresh threats by Iraqi President Saddam Hussein against the emirate\'s leaders but trading remained active.
September 28, 2000
A UN compensation commission approved Thursday a 15.9 billion dollar (18.05 billion euro) package for the Kuwait Petroleum Company to cover damages in
September 27, 2000
In a compromise over the future of Iraqi sanctions, the five permanent members of the UN Security Council endorse a 15.9-billion-dollar compensation c
International insurance firms have raised premiums on Kuwait's oil installations by between 200 to 300 percent following two refinery blasts that left eight people dead, a newspaper reported Tuesday.
Kuwait said Tuesday it hoped there would be no further delay in a $16-billion oil compensation claim for the 1990-1991 Iraqi occupation despite reservations within the UN Security Council.
Kuwait's total claims submitted to the UN Compensation Commission (UNCC) for damages from the 1990-1991 Iraqi occupation have shot up to $168.2 billion.