December 16, 2000
Twenty-six people from Syria and Jordan were killed when a mini-bus collided with a truck and both vehicles burst into flames on a Saudi road near the
A senior British government official described a new car bombing in Saudi Arabia involving a Briton on Saturday as very serious, saying British subjec
December 15, 2000
The Saudi stock exchange went up 4.6 percent for the week after a strong showing by the lead Saudi petrochemical firm SABIC.
December 14, 2000
A press report said that a US national implicated in anti-British bombings in Saudi Arabia had been involved in a financial dispute with his victims.
December 13, 2000
The number of typhoid cases in the Jizan region of Saudi Arabia near the border with Yemen has climbed to 190.
A Saudi newspaper said Wednesday that Saudi police have arrested a US national in connection with two anti-British bomb attacks that killed one person
Saudi Defense Minister, Prince Sultan bin Abdul Aziz, admitted Wednesday that Saudi troops are still posted inside Yemeni territory despite a June 12
Sources in the advertisement and marketing circles of Riyadh estimate the total Saudi spending on advertisement and commercials during the Holy Month of Ramadan at 225 million Saudi riyals ($60 millio
Riyadh Bank revealed that it was commissioned by the Saudi Telecommunication Company (Etisalat) with arranging a 2.5 billion Saudi riyals ($666.7 million) loan.
Riyadh Bank revealed that it was commissioned by the Saudi Telecommunication Company (Etisalat) with arranging a SR 2.5 billion ($666.7 million) loan in cooperation with a group of other banks.
December 12, 2000
Saudi labor officials and economic analysts have warned of the dangerous effects on unemployment among Saudi youths because small private businesses s
Sources at the local furniture market said that the domestic demand for furniture usually rises noticeably in all the regions of Saudi Arabia during the Holy Month of Ramadan.
Saudi Arabia expressed concern on December 11th over the recent steep drop in oil prices, but said that the time is not yet ripe for OPEC to cut its production levels.
December 11, 2000
More than 100 people have contracted typhoid in a region of Saudi Arabia already hit by the deadly Rift Valley Fever (RVF).
Saudi Arabia has delivered a list of around 25 energy projects to international oil companies (IOCs) bidding for a role in the kingdom\'s huge energy initiative, the Middle East Economic Digest (MEED)