Morocco

March 31, 2004

03:00 GMT

E-money company Contopronto and Saudi Arabia's Zafa have agreed to start-up Contopronto technology in the Kingdom, confirmed Contopronto CEO, Morten Hofstad.   Contopronto will provide its technology

March 30, 2004

03:00 GMT

A mini Arab summit is likely to be held in Egypt Wednesday, gathering Saudi Arabia, Syria, Bahrain and the host country, according to reports on Tuesd

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France's Lafarge Group has reported that its 50 percent subsidiary Lafarge Ciments will build a new production line in Bouskoura, Morocco, to increase its cement capacity by over 900,000 tons. Product

March 29, 2004

03:00 GMT

Two Palestinian civilians were wounded on Monday, when Israeli forces opened intensive fire at them in al-Fawwar Refugee Camp of Hebron, witnesses and

03:00 GMT

The government of Luxemburg will extend €3.7 million to a Moroccan water and road construction project.   The initiative will secure potable water supplies to the populations of Errachidia and Zagoura

03:00 GMT

Cooline, the international brand of Saudi Arabia's Zamil Air Conditioners has signed a joint venture with Morocco's Frigmar company.   According to General Manager for Cooline, Shaker Al-Moussa, the c

March 28, 2004

03:00 GMT

Moroccan security services cooperate with peers of other states and are prepared to do the same with European and Arab nations, Moroccan communication

03:00 GMT

Prince Andrew of York, has met at the Muscat Knowledge Oasis with Maqbool bin Ali Sultan, Oman's Commerce and Industry Minister, and Chairman of the P

March 25, 2004

02:00 GMT

King Mohammed VI of Morocco on Tuesday spoke over the phone with King of Bahrain Hamad Ben Aissa Al Khalifa, on issues of Arab interests. According to

02:00 GMT

The assassination of Hamas leader Sheikh Ahmed Yassin, by the Israeli army is a "bestial act," said the secretary general of the Jewish Community in M

02:00 GMT

Syria's Prime Minister Mohammed Naji Otri received Tuesday Minister of Culture at the Palestinian National Authority Yahia Yakhlof. Talks during the m

March 24, 2004

02:00 GMT

Former South African President Nelson Mandela left the Saudi capital of Riyadh Wednesday, according to SPA news agency.   At the King Khaled Internati

02:00 GMT

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

02:00 GMT

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

02:00 GMT

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