Morocco

January 25, 2004

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The Professional Grouping of Moroccan Banks will allocate one million dollars to the Morocco 2010 Committee in order to strengthen the Arab state’s bid to host the FIFA World Cup. Other nations biddin

January 21, 2004

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Syria's Defence Minister Lieutenant-General Mustafa Tlass received on Tuesday British Under Secretary of Defence David Hobart and an accompanying dele

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Lebanese singer Pascal Mashaalani has headed off to Morocco where she is scheduled to hold two concerts, after which she will return to Lebanon to begin shooting a new music video clip for the song “M

January 20, 2004

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King Mohammed VI on Monday arrived in the UAE after a week-long official visit to Egypt. The king was welcomed at the airport by crown prince of Abu D

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The Iranian political vetting body behind the "blacklisting" of thousands of candidates from next month's elections has thus far approved 200 of them

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The Egyptian Musician Union has decided to probe Egyptian singer Shireen in front of the judiciary committee of the union after she returns from her current tour in Dubai

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Malaysia’s Petronas has entered into a petroleum agreement and association contract with the Office National de Recherches et d'Explorations Pétrolières, the national oil company of Morocco, for an of

January 18, 2004

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At the opening of the European Investment Bank (EIB)’s conference held in Casablanca, Morocco, on the theme of “Enterprise development – a key dimension of Morocco’s economy”, EIB Vice-President Phili

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Centurion Energy has reported that its 2004 drilling program in Tunisia and Egypt is underway. The company’s CTF Rig is currently rigging up at the Robbana-2 location in Tunisia, stated a press releas

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Assistant US Trade Representative (USTR) Catherine Novelli underscored the importance of a country-by-country approach in the US effort to promote a broad Middle East free trade area by 2013 at a rece

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The ratings on banks in the Middle East and North Africa demonstrate a wide range of credit quality, and the gap between the strongest and the weakest is expected to widen, S&P's noted in a recent out

January 15, 2004

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Prominent Iraqi singer Kathem El Saher is in the process of preparing for the recording of his new musical album, which will include many surprises

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Bakeries in Morocco will not be stocked today as a 48-hour strike continues across the nation in protest to stagnant bread prices. The government has left prices untouched since the 1981 bloody “bread

January 14, 2004

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King Mohammed VI of Morocco arrived late Tuesday in Cairo where he is due to co-chair with Egyptian president, Hosni Mubarak, the 5th session of the t

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A new German commercial development in Dubai will be used to reinforce business links between the United Arab Emirates (UAE) and Germany with the help of one of Europe's leading soccer clubs.  The Ger