January 27, 2004
In a ceremony attended by a number of high-ranking government officials, Oman’s Minister of Transport and Communications Malik Bin Suleiman Al-Ma’mari officially opened a new asphalted runway that Pet
In keeping with the requirement of the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO), Dubai International Airport has received the aerodrome certificate from the General Civil Aviation Authority (G
January 26, 2004
Malik bin Sulaiman al-Ma'amari, Oman's Transport and Telecommunications Minister on Sunday opened Fahoud Airport, built at a cost of RO 1 million in the wilayat of Ibri in the Dhahirah region.
Two Iranian companies and a Dutch company have agreed to set up a factory to produce color TV in the island of Qeshm by the end of the current Iranian year (March 20).
January 22, 2004
<b>Date:</b> Jan 19-22, 2004 <b>Location:</b> Oman International Exhibition Centre, Muscat <b>Specifics:</b> The event acts as a meeting ground for business development by introducing new product
January 20, 2004
Oman's Sultan Qaboos bin Said has issued Royal Decree No. 10/2004 appointing advisor at the Royal Office. Article one of the Decree appointed Major-Ge
Diabetes Type II is reaching pandemic proportions in the Middle East and action from policy makers is needed now to stop deaths from this manageable disease, according to the World Health Organization
Energy drink Power Horse has formed a strategic partnership with the United Arab Emirates Modern Refreshment Company as part of a new initiative to increase its market share in the Middle East.
Crude steel production in the Middle East reached 12.9 million metric tons in 2003, up eight percent over 2002, according to the International Iron and Steel Institute. Iran is the largest producer in
January 15, 2004
The Omani municipal council has approved a new formula for leasing contract and decided to protect consumers from supply of food items such as fish an
As part of its on going strategy to expand its retailing network, Emirates General Petroleum Corporation (Emarat) has commissioned two new service stations at key locations in the United Arab Emirates
January 12, 2004
Over six million revenue passengers flew with Gulf Air in 2003, according to a company news release. This was the highest number ever carried in a single financial year. The figures revealed that over
Microsoft chairman and chief architect Bill Gates is set to meet with Middle East government officials and top businesses on January 24, 2004. The visit will coincide with Government Leadership Forum
January 10, 2004
Progress in the Arab World has been restrained due to lack of attention to Research and Development. Average spending on R&D by Arab countries is estimated at 0.2 percent of total Arab GDP, the lowest
January 7, 2004
As the Marine Corps get ready to take over occupying much of western Iraq from the US Army, it is planning a "new approach" that stresses "restraint i