Saudi Arabia

November 18, 2000

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The European Union is worried about soaring oil prices and their impact on world economic growth.

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Turkey's Foreign Minister Ismail Cem arrived in Saudi Arabia on Saturday after years of cool ties between the two countries.

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Four Filipinos who killed an Indian guard during an armed robbery in the Red Sea city of Jeddah have been executed.

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US Energy Secretary Bill Richardson called on Saturday for oil at 20-25 dollars a barrel, warning that at 30 dollars it was damaging developing countr

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Flash floods in Saudi Arabia swept away 10 people, killing seven, after heavy rains.

November 17, 2000

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Saudi Arabia pledged Friday at the opening of a major oil forum to work in concert with other producers and consumers to bring stability to the raging

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Four Filipinos and one Saudi were beheaded by sword on Friday after they were found guilty of murder and armed robbery.

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Saudi Arabia hosts Friday a major forum of producers and consumers seeking a deal on a price range as the cost of crude remains dangerously high.

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A Briton died and his wife was slightly injured by a suspected car bomb in the central shopping district of the Saudi capital on Friday.

November 16, 2000

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The Saudi stock exchange made a small downturn of 0.3 percent in the week that ended Thursday as investors waited for annual financial data from the c

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Ministers and officials from 42 countries and nine organizations converged on Riyadh Thursday, the eve of the 7th International Energy Forum aimed at

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Over the past year, rumours of a partial sell-off for the state-owned Saudi Telecommunications Company (STC), have intensified. Although negotiations have apparently broken down with potential investo

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Saudi Arabia, the world's biggest oil exporter and a major ally of the biggest consumer, the United States, hosts a conference this weekend to try to bridge the growing divide between producers and co

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The Saudi Detergents Arab Company (DAC) is planning to build two new chemical detergent manufacturing factories, reported <I>Al-Hayat</I> newspaper. These two new plants will be built in Saudi Arabia

November 15, 2000

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Saudi Arabia hosts a conference this weekend to try to bridge the growing divide between producers and consumers.