April 25, 2001
More than 290 animals died of the foot-and-mouth disease in Saudi Arabia and 1,845 head of cattle have been infected by the pandemic, the agriculture ministry said Tuesday, April 24, in Riyadh. "1,60
April 24, 2001
Saudi Basic Industries Corp (Sabic) is considering setting up a polymer plant in Iran through an agreement with the National Petrochemical Co (NPC).
April 23, 2001
Kuwait showed its deep concern over the meaning of Saudi Arabia's security pact with Iran.
Saudi Arabia’s total contribution to the World Food Program has amounted to 3.8 million dollars since 1963, said Minister of Agriculture and Water Abd
Saudi Arabia and Belgium signed in Riyadh Sunday a cooperation agreement for encouraging investments n both countries.
Saudi Arabia and Belgium reached an agreement Sunday, April 22, on the protection and encouragement of joint investments, the official SPA agency reported. The agreement was signed by Saudi Finance
Belgium and Saudi Arabia earlier this week signed on an accord for the development and protection of joint investments between the countries, reported the official <I>SPA</I> agency on Sunday, April 2
April 22, 2001
Ethiopian Prime Minister Melse Zenawi will pay on Monday an official visit to Saudi Arabia for bilateral talks.
Tricon Restaurants International plans will open another 50 KFC and 55 Pizza Hut restaurants in the Middle East this year, and a further 60 are planne
Saudi Arabia, striving to join the World Trade Organization (WTO), urged Europe on Saturday to understand its special position of being an Islamic cou
Sri Lanka’s exports to Saudi Arabia reached 23 million dollars last year, compared with 12 million dollars in 1999.
Oil-rich Saudi Arabia has around seven million foreign workers who are sending home 70 billion riyals ($18.6 billion) a year, a senior Saudi official said in a newspaper report published Saturday, Apr
The Saudi Basic Industries Co. (SABIC) said Saturday, April 21, it posted a $193-million profit in the first quarter of this year, a plunge of 21.6 percent from the same period last year, a statement
Saudi Arabia, striving to join the World Trade Organization (WTO), urged Europe Saturday, April 21, to understand its special position of being an Islamic country which implements Sharia, or Islamic l
Saudi Arabian Airlines transported a record 13.5 million passengers in 2000, the airline reported Saturday, April 21, after taking delivery of two new Boeing planes. The airline's director general Kh