March 11, 2001
A new British ambassador has been appointed in Yemen.
The Yemeni General Investment Board has prepared a book which includes analysis of 34 investment opportunities in Yemen.
The International Monetary Fund on Thursday, March 8, urged Yemen to press ahead with privatization and reforms to its tax and bank supervision systems in order to lessen dependence on oil and improve
March 10, 2001
The case of Iraqi Zainab Saud Aziz, murdered in Yemen over 15 months ago by serial killer Mohammed Adam, may have international repercussions.
March 8, 2001
For the fiscal year 2001, a yemeni presidential law has estimated state general balance-sheet as YR 487,843,228,000, (1YR = $0.00645494) estimating ex
March 6, 2001
Personal weaponry remains a popular accessory in Yemen, where men frequently walk about with curved <I>Jambya</I> daggers strung to their waists and rifles slung over their shoulders.
March 5, 2001
On paper Yemen’s economic prospects appear reasonable indeed, but much depends upon how the country is viewed in the boardrooms of companies in the developed world. This makes political reform all the
March 4, 2001
The General Investment Board in Aden has ratified five investment projects for the last couple of months at a total cot of YR 28 millions ($180.700)
March 3, 2001
The lack of Yemeni actresses may delay plans by an English film-maker of Yemeni origin, according to a report by Yemen Times. Badr Ben Hirsi is trying to shoot films about his native country in a bid
March 2, 2001
Israeli offices in Arab countries, which have been closed during the Intifada, continue to function in secret, Yemeni President Ali Abdullah Saleh sai
March 1, 2001
The International Monetary Fund on Wednesday, Fwebruary 28, authorized loans totalling $34 million for Yemen to support the country's efforts to reduce poverty and spark growth.
February 28, 2001
Yemen’s General Corporation for Civil Aviation and Metrology and the Dutch Plastiol Co. signed an agreement according to which the later shall supply
A study by the International Labor Organization (ILO) has estimated that children who are less than 15 make up 50.3 percent of the whole workforce in
February 25, 2001
Electronics giant Siemens, in conjunction with SabaFon, one of two licensed GSM Service providers for Yemen, have announced the successful launch of the first operational GSM service in Yemen. The foo
February 23, 2001
Five more people, including two policemen, have been shot dead in clashes to the west and southeast of Sanaa, bringing to 20 the number of people kill