February 4, 2001
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.
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January 29, 2001
Saudi interior minister, Prince Nayef bin Abdelaziz, denied on Sunday any arrangements for a meeting with his Iraqi counterpart during the meetings of
Saudi meat importers have accused several Gulf meat processing companies of importing products into Saudi Arabia which include banned Irish and Indian meat.
Saudi Oger signed a preliminary agreement worth $2 billion with the Saudi mining company Maaden.
January 28, 2001
Europe has been recently swept into scandals concerning allegations of illegal arms sales in which Iran and Saudi Arabia are involved
Saudi industry needs $160 billion in investments over the next 20 years to double the sector\'s share of gross domestic product to 20 percent, a senior official said in an interview.
Saudi Arabia has chosen Japan\'s Sumitomo Corp. to build a $2.2-billion desalination plant in the Gulf industrial city of Jubail.
A Saudi transport firm has signed a contract with Iraq for direct exports through a border crossing to the sanctions-hit state, the company said Saturday.
Saudi Arabia oil minister Ali al-Nuaimi said Saturday that OPEC wanted the price of oil to be $25 a barrel, avoiding brutal swings either up or down.