July 14, 2004
Iran's Khodro Vehicle Production Company is expected to open its largest overseas branch office in Beirut with the main goal of promoting export of its products. The official in charge of Iran Khodr
Egypt's General Authority for Investment and Free Trade Zones (GAFI) agreed recently to the establishment of a new joint stock company.
The Lebanese Directorate General of Civil Aviation on Tuesday signed a five-year agreement with SITA INC (Information Network Computing).
July 13, 2004
Prominent Lebanese singer Majida Al Roumi is holding a concert on July 19 at the opera house in Syria after a 13 years absence from her fans in Damascus
The Saudi Al-Rajhi Banking and Investment Corporation said Sunday its profits in the first six months of 2004 rose by 49.5 percent. The Corporation reported a net profit of SR1.368 billion ($364.8
July 12, 2004
An audience of over 20 thousand people attended Lebanese singer Alissa’s big concert in Rabat, Morocco, on July 1 where she was participating for the first time
Jordan's state-run Central Electricity Generating Company on Sunday awarded Al Samra power plant project to a consortium comprising the US Black and Veatch Company and the Turkish GAMA Company at a co
July 11, 2004
Four U.S. Marines were killed in an area of western Iraq, the U.S. command said Sunday. Elsewhere, a coordinated roadside bomb attack on a U.S. convoy
July 10, 2004
The leader of Lebanon's Hizbullah said an international court ruling would do nothing to remove Israel's wall through the West Bank, and he predicted
Israeli occupation forces killed on Saturday a Palestinian girl in the Gaza Strip city of Rafah, Medical sources and Witnesses said.
July 8, 2004
A U.S. Marine who was reported missing in Iraq more than two weeks ago is alive and well at the U.S. Embassy in Beirut, authorities said Thursday.
Subex Systems, the global telecom software product company, on Wednesday announced that it has signed a partnership agreement with Mideast Data Systems (MDS) Group, one of the premier information tech
A positive external environment boosted Lebanon's economic activity in 2003, the IMF said Wednesday. Despite the adverse effects of the war in Iraq, real GDP growth picked up to an estimated 3 percent
In the first quarter of the current Iranian calendar year 1383 (March 21, 2004-March 20, 2005), over 785 tons of various kinds of fish were exported to Kuwait, say a 24 percent rise compared to the sa
July 7, 2004
A Lebanese army major was killed and three other officers were wounded during a sports training maneuver they were staging in a military base in south