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
The United States and Oman have entered into a Trade and Investment Framework Agreement (TIFA) aimed at strengthening the economic ties between the two sides and opening channels of communication for
The recently inked U.S.-Morocco Free Trade Agreement will strengthen Morocco's economy and promote social and political development through associated legal reforms, according to Deputy U.S. Trade Rep
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
July 7, 2004
Tunisian President Zine El Abidine Ben Ali said Tuesday it would be opportune to hold an Arab-African summit to examine cooperation between the two re
Morocco intends to launch several projects, estimated at Dh3.25 billion (US $361 million), to promote tourism and industry. According to MAP, these projects will be implemented by private groups that
July 6, 2004
Morocco and the Arab fund for economic and social development signed Monday two agreements for a loan and a guarantee, of a total amount of 35 million Kuwaiti dinars (over US$ 120 million).
The Association of Iranian Confectionary Manufacturing Companies secretary disclosed that it is predicted that the export of biscuits, cake, chocolate and other kinds of sweets will increase by 43 per
July 5, 2004
Morocco has exported 430,000 tons of citrus fruits during the 2003-2004, said the producers association which label this season as “one of the weakest averages in the last years.“
The Council of Saudi Chambers of Commerce and Industry (CSCCI) will establish a center providing technical and support services to Saudi businesspersons in preparation for the Kingdom's accession to t
July 4, 2004
The World Bank’s Board of Directors has approved a US$100 million loan to support a Public Administration Reform program in Morocco.
July 3, 2004
A U.S. Marine died from wounds he suffered in action in western Iraq, the military said Saturday.