July 14, 2001
About 490 investment projects were licensed by Yemen's Aden Free Zone during the first half of 2001.
July 9, 2001
Morocco’s King Mohammed will pay an official visit to Yemen soon for talks with President Ali Abdullah Saleh on bilateral and regional issues.
July 8, 2001
The Saudi-Yemeni Petroleum Materials Company is expected to complete feasibility studies regarding Al-Mekla Oil Refinery in Yemen next month.
The Yemeni Minister of Planning and Development, Ahmed Sofan, recently stated that the government is presently preparing the final studies regarding the opening of the Yemen securities market.
July 7, 2001
The US State Department is defending the US ambassador to Yemen, Barbara K. Bodine, in a dispute with the FBI over its probe into the October bombing
The US assistant secretary of state for Near East affairs, William Burns, is expected Monday in Yemen, whose relations with Washington have been strai
July 5, 2001
Two Yemenis were executed separately on Wednesday in Lahj and Mahweet provinces for premeditated murder.
July 4, 2001
Iranian President Mohammed Khatami on Wednesday hailed relations between Tehran and Sanaa, saying their “strong bilateral ties" would ensure the regio
The Yemeni Minister of Electricity and Water, Yehia Al-Abyadh, recently announced that Yemen has begun executing an expansion project of local electricity generating capacity.
The Yemeni government recently proposed an amendment to the 1998 Bank Law Number 38 which will be debated at the upcoming parliamentary session.
July 3, 2001
The Yemeni government recently retreated from its previous decision to privatize the Aden oil refinery and include a strategic investor in its modernization efforts.
July 2, 2001
Yemeni Prime Minister Abdul Qader Bajamal on Sunday reiterated Yemen's eagerness to develop all aspects of cooperation with Jordan.
Iran and Yemen will sign an agreement on bolstering ties in the fields of economy and trade on Monday, at the end of the fifth joint economic commissi
July 1, 2001
Jordanian-Yemeni joint committee meetings entered their second day in Amman on Sunday, under the leadership of Yemen’s Prime Minister Abdel Qader Baja
June 30, 2001
Jordan has pinned its hopes on becoming the first Arab country to sign a free trade agreement with Yemen.