May 3, 2001
The Saudi Compaq Computers Company recorded a 36 percent growth in operations through the first quarter of 2001, reported <I>Al-Hayat</I> newspaper.
May 2, 2001
Saudi Arabia plans to submit a formal request to the US to purchase the AH-64D attack helicopter, including advanced Longbow radar.
Egyptian Foreign Minister Amr Moussa left Saudi Arabia on Tuesday after discussing the Israeli-Palestinian conflict with Saudi officials, following a
The six member states of the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) must implement quarantine from July to help fight the spread of diseases such as foot-and-mouth and Rift Valley Fever, a Gulf agriculture of
Saudi Research and Publishing Company (SRPC), the Arab world’s largest publishing house, has announced that it is moving its operational base from Saudi Arabia to Dubai Media City.
Could it be that Riyadh is getting cold feet at the last moment? Saudi Arabia—the only GCC member not a part of the WTO—that for years has been pushing for membership in the World Trade Organization,
May 1, 2001
Saudi billionaire Prince Al Walid bin Talal bin Abdul Aziz on Monday ruled out investing in sanctions-hit Iraq, but said he would invest in Iran at Pr
Bids by 12 foreign oil majors for three Saudi gas projects worth tens of billions of dollars have been referred to the Supreme Petroleum Council (SPC) headed by King Fahd, a newspaper reported Monday,
With Middle East tourism volumes currently standing at 15 million a year and expected to soar to 69 million a year by 2020, ‘umbrella’ marketing is urged for the Gulf region, aiming to turn it into a
April 30, 2001
Egyptian and Saudi Air Forces will hold on Tuesday war games with live ammunition at King Fahd Air Base in Taef.
Saudi Arabia’s furniture market, the largest in the Middle East, is attracting world attention. Its value currently stands at three billion Saudi riyals per annum, and it is characterized by a high gr
April 29, 2001
US consortium has won a $3.46 billion contract to build 3,000 schools in Saudi Arabia under a foreign investment build-operate-transfer scheme.
Egyptian Foreign Minister Amr Moussa will visit on Monday Saudi Arabia and Syria on a mission described by the Emirati daily, Al Bayan, as “urgent.”
More than 20 Saudi, Japanese and US firms have submitted bids to build 15 desalination plants in projects worth a total of $14 billion, Saudi Arabia's agriculture minister said Thursday, April 26. Ab
A rail link between the east and west coasts of Saudi Arabia, one of four railway projects being considered by Riyadh, is estimated to cost 6.5 billion riyals ($1.7 billion), a newspaper reported Frid