January 21, 2001
Saudi foreign minister Saud al-Faisal held Saturday talks with Tunisian President Zein al-Abideen bin Ali on several issues concerning ways of strengt
Saudi Arabia\'s interior minister, Prince Nayef bin Abdel Aziz, arrived Saturday in Yemen for a meeting on the two countries\' border delineation.
January 20, 2001
Saudi Foreign Minister Prince Saud al-Faisal arrived Saturday in Tunis for a one-day working visit aimed at reinforcing bilateral relations.
The Gulf News reported Saturday that a rising number of Indians, mostly Keralites become unwary drug carriers of the Mumbai underworld and end up in t
The UN sanctions committee on Iraq examined Friday a Saudi request to open the Arar border crossing with Iraq to \"facilitate transportation of Saudi
January 18, 2001
Saudi Oil Minister Ali Naimi said on January 17th that foreign oil companies could take 100 percent stakes in three core gas projects on offer under the kingdom’s multi-billion dollar energy opening.
January 17, 2001
Local market sources estimate that the average Saudi family spends an annual $30,000 (120,000 Saudi riyals) on furniture for their homes.
Saudi Arabia maintained the pole position as top crude supplier to the U.S. in November 2000, the Energy Information Administration (EIA), the number-crunching unit of the U.S. Energy Department, anno
OPEC will cut output this week because the market faces a glut, but will reverse the measure if shortages emerge in the future, the oil minister of the cartel's most powerful member, Saudi Arabia, sai
January 16, 2001
Saudi foreign minister Prince Saud al-Faisal will start Saturday a tour that will take him to Tunisia and Morocco.
Iran\'s ambassador to Riyadh said that Iran and Saudi Arabia are working on a long-term strategy aimed at expanding bilateral relations between the tw
The Saudi National Chemical Fertilizers Company (Ibn Al-Baytar), one of the subsidiaries of the Saudi SABIC Group, is planning to raise its ammonia production capacity by 16.6 percent by 2002.
OPEC will likely cut oil output by around 1.5 million barrels per day at a Vienna meeting this week in order to steady the market, the oil minister of the cartel's most powerful member, Saudi Arabia,
January 15, 2001
Saudis thus eat nearly 1,500 tons of broad beans during Ramadan month, an amount equivalent to that consumed throughout the kingdom during the remaining 11 months of the year.
It seems that Saudi ISP’s can expect some challenging times ahead. A 70 percent rate cut on backbone connections introduced last week is set to reshuffle the Saudi Internet Service Providing market. A