Morocco

January 11, 2004

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US Deputy Secretary of State Richard Armitage said negotiations for a US-Morocco Free Trade Agreement are on track for completion by the end of January, according to Washington File.   Armitage made t

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Yemen held a regional workshop recently on e-government in Sana'a, the capital, which called for setting up a web portal for citizens and mobile Internet training units for government offices.   Prime

January 8, 2004

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The decision by Morocco's king Mohammed VI to release a group of 33 people condemned for different crimes and offences, including seven journalists, w

January 7, 2004

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President of Guinea Equatorial, Teodoro Obiang Nguema, arrived Tuesday in Rabat, Morocco. He was welcomed at the airport by several Moroccan civil and

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Algeria's President, Abdelaziz Bouteflika stressed Tuesday in Mila the vital importance of water resources and the need of their preservation by avoid

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A firefight between US occupation forces and Iraqi resistance fighters in the town of Fallujah left an Iraqi couple dead, Iraqi police and witnesses s

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Morocco received approximately 3.23 million tourists in the first ten months of 2003, a three percent drop compared to the same period last year. The cities of Agadir and Tangiers were the only destin

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Morocco’s Hassan II Fund for Economic and Social Development contributed $14 million in funding to industrial projects over the course of 2003, according to the Ministry of Trade and Industry.  Suppor

January 6, 2004

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A Moroccan prisoner of war (POW), released last October from the prison of Polisario movement, has recently married his fiancée who waited him during

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US President Bush asserted Monday that America sanctions against Libya will remain intact despite recent "positive developments" in the country. Bush explained that he was adhering to a declaration of

January 4, 2004

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Morocco’s telecom regulator ANRT will try a second time to liberalize the nation’s fixed line sector by announcing a timetable for a new license in the first quarter of 2004, said a spokesperson from

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The Kuwait Food Company (Americana) will compete against five other investors in a tender to acquire a 43 percent stake in the Egyptian Starch and Glucose Company, part of the Food Industries Holding

January 1, 2004

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Morocco has banned the import of the US meat and its derivatives as soon as the first case of Bovine Spongiform Encephalopathy (BSE), known as the mad

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The National Democratic Rally (RND) won 17 out of 46 seats at the senatorial elections meant to renew half of the Nation Council's members, the Interi

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Iran's former president Akbar Hashemi Rafsanjani said on Thursday that the United States had been sending positive signals over its relations with Teh