December 6, 2000
By Jihad Abu Falah Albawaba.com - Amman The Islamist intellectual and former member of the Lebanese Parliament, Fathi Yakan, reiterated the need for
Revenues of the Port of Beirut fell by about 10 percent between January and October this year compared to the same period last year, the Daily Star re
A delegation of Lebanese government ministers is due in Baghdad Thursday to look at cooperation over oil and economic issues.
The body of an Iraqi national who is believed to have drowned washed ashore in Dora on Tuesday, the Daily Star reported. The Lebanese paper said that,
Leading Lebanese banks, which have struggled with recession for the past two years, have higher hopes of expanding their business to Syria after Presi
December 5, 2000
A senior Red Cross envoy said Tuesday he had passed on to the Lebanese Shiite fundamentalist group Hizbollah information from Israel about Lebanese pr
The Beirut military court has sentenced 17 Lebanese, including two women, for entering the \"enemy state\" of Israel.
The Israeli Haaretz newspaper reported Tuesday that Israel has asked the United Nations to station observers in the area of the Shabaa Farms, near the
Wael Kfouri has denied the finalization of negotiations to star in an Egyptian film starring Angham.
The Lebanese minister of post & telecommunications, Jean-Louis Cordahi, declared that a four-phase plan would be undertaken to improve the telecommunications sector in Lebanon.
Bank of Beirut SAL (BoB) said it raised $14 million for its open-ended fixed income fund in a first round of financing. Lebanese institutions and individuals accounted for 60 percent of subscriptions
December 4, 2000
Despite the moribund state of the Lebanese economy, there is one sector that is experiencing phenomenal growth. Companies providing computer training have been reported double-digit growth for several
Activity on the Beirut Stock Exchange jumped in November compared to October, boosted by a 7-million share block trade in Solidere stock. As a result, aggregate volume rose 845.2 percent to 7.49 milli
The council of ministers gave his approval last week for two draft laws aiming to modernize the economy structure: A reformed customs law that would facilitate the import and export of goods: reduct
A week marked by the government announcing and swiftly implementing sweeping tariff cuts designed to boost trade and help reduce manufacturers’ costs was little distinguished by activity on the bourse