July 22, 2004
Kuwaiti singer Nawal was not successful in her choices regarding her latest album, and was not able to come out of her classic works and offer her fans anything new, meanwhile, UAE singer Ahlam’s late
Kerzner International Limited Thursday announced that the Company and its Moroccan partners have entered into an agreement for the development of a destination resort casino.
The U.S. Senate on Wednesday approved the free trade agreement signed on June 15 with Morocco. The 85-13 vote in the Senate, to be followed by House action Thursday, would make Morocco the first coun
The government of Morocco has chosen a private partner for the planned public private partnership (PPP) irrigation project in the citrus-growing area of Guerdane, Taroudant province.
July 20, 2004
Morocco has decided to send a batch of medicines to Iraq, including antibiotics and drugs for chronic diseases. The Moroccan foreign ministry in a re
Egypt's Minister of Petroleum Sameh Fahmy said that the oil sector must attract multi-national companies to prospect for oil.
July 18, 2004
The plan adopted by the Moroccan government for the tourism sector aims at generating 80,000 direct jobs and 100,000 indirect ones, said recently tourism, handicraft and social economy minister, Adil
A prominent economist on Saturday stated 90 percent of the Lebanese population is below the poverty line.
July 15, 2004
Italy has approved the co-financing of two projects, worth over Euro 3.5 million, in Morocco, the Italian embassy in Rabat said in a release. The projects, proposed by Italian NGOs, aim to achieve ru
A total of 39 tourist projects with an investment of AD3 billion are on the agenda for Bejaia province. These projects, all being implemented by private property developers, will eventually provide an
July 13, 2004
Moroccan National carrier (RAM) has launched recently two new non-stop flights per week, between Casablanca and Bologna (Italy), said a communiqué of the company.
Algeria's Water Resources Minister, Abdelmalek Sellal declared Monday in Algiers that his department is currently "negotiating with the French Suez research department (ex: Lyonnaise des Eaux- France)
July 11, 2004
Renowned Iraqi singer Kathem El Saher is placing the final touches on his upcoming album, which he hopes to release next month
The fight against locusts cost Morocco $80 million, according to Moroccan Agriculture, Rural Development and Fisheries Minister, Mohand Laensar. In an interview published by the Moroccan daily Aujour
July 8, 2004
Domestic tourism in Morocco advanced by 11 percent in the first four months of 2004, compared to 9 percent in the same period last year, indicated Moroccan tourism, handicraft and social economy Minis