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
January 14, 2001
Saudi Arabia will host an international economic gathering between January 20-22 during which participants will discuss the impact of the internet and
The joint Saudi-Iranian commission for economic and cultural cooperation will start its third session in Riyadh on Tuesday.
January 13, 2001
Saudi telecommunications company has blocked telephone calls with 21 countries to prevent its youth from having \"sex chat\" with girls from these cou
US Energy Secretary Bill Richardson arrived Saturday in Riyadh for talks with officials on enhancing US-Saudi oil cooperation as well other topics.
January 11, 2001
A Saudi foreign ministry spokesman on Thursday attacked some local newspapers for their \"severe criticism\" of US President Bill Clinton\'s peace eff
Saudi Arabia could establish special foreign investment decrees covering three core natural gas projects under its multi-billion dollar gas opening, according to sources on January 10th.
The Saudi banking system’s C-list, which contains the names of Saudi national and expatriates who are considered bad risks, stood at 106,000 customers at the end of November, reported <I>Al-Sharq Al-A
A Saudi company and a German concern have been awarded the contract to mark the 1,500-km-long border between Saudi Arabia and Yemen, reported <I>Al-Sharq Al-Awsat</I>.
January 10, 2001
An explosion occurred in a phone cabinet at the entrance of a shopping area in the Saudi capital on Wednesday, but no one was hurt.
A Saudi woman entered the Guinness book of World records for being the first woman to have a pregnancy lasting 12 years.
Saudi Foreign Minister Prince Saud al-Faisal and his Egyptian counterpart Amr Moussa insisted the issue of Jerusalem was not negotiable.
January 9, 2001
Saudi Arabia and Iran will sign a security pact during the upcoming visit by Saudi Arabian Interior Minister Prince Nayef bin Abdul Aziz to Tehran.
Saudi Arabia and Egypt will announce soon a 40 percent reduction on custom fees on goods and materials in the year 2001.