January 9, 2001
British Trade Minister Richard Caborn arrived in Saudi Arabia on Monday for a visit that will include the opening of a factory run by a Saudi-British company.
Saudi Arabia’s much-anticipated opening of its multi-billion-dollar natural gas sector is picking up speed, according to media reports on January 8th.
Riyadh aims to sign memorandums of understandings (MOUs) with oil majors by April 1 on a gas initiative expected to inject 100 billion dollars into the kingdom, Middle East Economic Survey (MEES) said
January 8, 2001
Saudi Defense Minister Prince Sultan bin Abdul Aziz began Monday a two-day visit to Syria aimed at reinforcing bilateral cooperation.
Saudi Arabia on Monday beheaded an Indian and a Pakistani found guilty of smuggling heroin into the kingdom.
Saudi Interior Minister Nayef bin Abdul Aziz said Monday he would visit Iran shortly to sign an historic security agreement, the first between Tehran
The Saudi Arabian Petrochemicals Company (Petrokemya), which is a subsidiary of Saudi Basic Industries Corp (SABIC), the giant Saudi Arabian industrial concern, has announced that it has awarded a tur
Saudi Arabia will meet later this month with foreign oil companies bidding for a role in huge upstream gas projects expected to inject more than 100 billion dollars into the kingdom, a senior Saudi of
Two firms from Kuwait and Saudi Arabia have launched a joint $200 million fund for Islamic investment in Japanese markets, the managing director of Kuwait\'s International Investment Group (IIG) said
An advisor to the Saudi King Fahd was recently quoted in <I>Asia Pulse</I>, stating that businessmen from Saudi Arabia, as well as from other Gulf countries, are willing to invest a sum of approximate
January 7, 2001
Saudi Arabia will meet later this month with foreign oil companies bidding for a role in huge upstream gas projects expected to inject more than 100 b
At least 20 teenage boys have been given 30 lashes each for harassing schoolgirls in the Saudi holy city of Medina, in a crackdown on young troublemak
January 4, 2001
A $1.6 billion arms deal has been concluded between the United States and Saudi Arabia, according to a Riyadh-based US diplomat, for the maintenance of Saudi Arabia’s F-16 jet fighters.
Most of the ISP’s operating in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia described the recent Internet fee cuts offered by the King Abdul-Aziz Sciences and Technologies City as a step in the right direction.
The Microsoft-Arabia company forecasts a 19 percent profit rise in Saudi Arabia by the end of 2000. This optimistic prediction was made despite a 65 percent piracy ratio in this market.