February 7, 2001
Saudi Arabia's Supreme Petroleum Council, chaired by King Fahd, said Tuesday that the kingdom was seeking to preserve the stability of the oil market.
Saudi's petrochemical giant SABIC posted a record $6.5 billion in revenue and a $968 million net profit for the year 2000, up 113 percent from 1999, Saudi Industry Minister Hashem bin Abdullah Yamani
Saudi King Fahd on Tuesday received French Secretary for Foreign Trade Francois Huwart, who is on a three-day trip to the kingdom to boost trade between the countries.
February 5, 2001
أعلن مصرف \"انفستكورب\" عن تحقيق أرباح صافية قيمتها 70 مليون دولار في نهاية 2000 مسجلا بذلك انخفاضا مقداره 43.5% عن أرباحه الصافية التي حققها في العام
Saudi interior minister, Prince Nayef bin Abdul Aziz, on Sunday announced the arrest of three western men, one British, a Canadian and a Belgian, for
Saudi Arabia and Kuwait approved maps demarcating their maritime borders in Stockholm on January 30th, according to the Kuwaiti news agency KUNA on January 31st.
The Saudi stock market shed another 1.1 percent in the week ending Thursday, February 1, as major banks reported declining profits, Bakheet Financial Advisors (BFA) reported.
A 35-member business delegation will head to Saudi Arabia next week on a four-day trip to encourage Saudi business people to explore joint ventures with their Jordanian counterparts.
February 4, 2001
The Saudi private sector registered a growth rate estimated at nearly 2.4 percent in 1999.
A Saudi army officer has been condemned to 70 lashes for using a mobile phone on a domestic flight, in the second such conviction since November.
Saudi Arabia has signed an accord with Pakistan focusing on ways of boosting cooperation in trade and industry, newspapers reported Thursday.
February 3, 2001
Bahrain and Saudi Arabia will allow foreigners soon to own land for development purposes.
February 1, 2001
A security agreement between Saudi Arabia and Iran will be signed before the hajj season that starts late February.
The Arab world's third largest bank, Saudi American Bank (Samba), saw its profits rise 10.7 percent in 2000 to two billion riyals ($542 million), the bank said Wednesday, January 31.
January 30, 2001
Saudi Arabia says it\'s ready to receive Iraqi pilgrims and will provide them with all facilities.