Morocco

March 24, 2004

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Morocco's dam reservoirs reached 69 percent capacity as of March 18, 2004, holding a total 10.2 billion cubic meters of water, up seven percent compared to the same month last year, reported MAP.   Ac

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Maroc Telecom has reported a profit of four billion Moroccan dirhams ($444 million) for 2003, an 8.5 percent increase compared to figures from the previous year.  According to the company Director Gen

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The Egyptian Company for Chemical Industries (Kima) reported a net profit of 9.8 million Egyptian pounds ($1.5 million) for the second half of 2003 compared to a net loss of EP1.1 million during the s

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Despite control operations, the desert locust situation continues to be extremely serious in northwest Africa, according to the latest update by the United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization.

March 23, 2004

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Morocco's King Mohammed VI strongly condemned, in a message to the Palestinian president, the raid conducted by the Israeli army Monday, killing Hamas

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Washington undermined attempts to improve its image in the Arab World by failing to condemn Israel's assassination of Hamas founder, Sheikh Ahmed Yass

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Bahrain's Prime Minister Sheikh Khalifa Ben Salmane Al Khalifa began Monday in Rabat an official three-day visit to Morocco.  He was greeted upon arri

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A judge filed charges early Tuesday against four more suspects in the Madrid train bombings and ordered them held pending further investigation.   The

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Aggreko, a provider of temporary power generation and temperature control services has reported the completion of a large load test project in the Middle East.  Aggreko supplied the National Petroleum

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US-based Stanley Baker Hill has been awarded a contract by the United States Army Corps of Engineers, Transatlantic Programs Center (TAC), to provide construction management services to assist the Coa

March 21, 2004

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Mauritanian President Mouaouiya Ould Sid Ahmed Tayaa left, Morocco Friday, after a two-day “friendship visit” during which he was received by King Moh

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Omani police said they were successful in blocking a defraud operation and detained six Malaysians who were trying to use modern technology to withdra

March 18, 2004

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Prince Andrew, Duke of York, left Morocco on Wednesday, after holding talks with Moroccan foreign trade minister, Mustapha Mechahouri, during which th

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Jordan's Minister of Transport, Public Works and Housing ,Ra'ed Abu Sa'ud, met on Thursday the U.S. Secretary of Transportation, Norman Mineta, and hi

March 17, 2004

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The Italian group Ledger, a leader in the textile market in Italy, will establish an integrated industrial compound made of two plants for weaving and spinning near Rabat.