December 28, 2000
Al-Nimer Petroleum Company has informed the Yemeni Ministry of Oil and Mineral Resources that it intends ending its presence in the Yemeni oil sector, and withdrawing from the country, reported the <I
December 25, 2000
Local and foreign businessmen often complain of shortcomings of the investment law and the difficulties they find when executing their projects, Yemen
A gas cylinder filling station was inaugurated in Sana on Sunday, Yemen\'s official news agency (Saba) reported Monday. The agency said that the produ
December 21, 2000
The Saudi-Yemeni Coordination Council would gather in Al-Madina next Monday to discuss the two countries’ mutual economic relations.
December 20, 2000
The British ship (Ocean scare) carrying on board the Irish flag has arrived at Aden harbor Wednesday to carry out the Maritime Hydrographic surveys on
December 19, 2000
The total cost of the developmental and vital projects in Yemen, which had been inaugurated in Aden City last, May reached YR 11 billion, Yemen\'s off
Yemeni Oil Minister Mohammed al-Khadem al-Wajih said on December 17th that the coming year would usher in new energy projects as a result of a potentially oil-rich territory reclaimed from Saudi Arabi
The Yemen Consumer Protection Association has recently completed the necessary measures required for boycotting all merchandise and products manufactured by companies of Israeli or American origin.
December 18, 2000
The Yemeni ministry of agriculture and irrigation signed Sunday an agreement with the United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO), Yemen’s
Japan has given more than five million dollars aid to help Yemen fight tuberculosis, the Yemeni ministry for planning and development announced.
December 17, 2000
A delegation of the Saudi Development Fund is due to travel to Yemen in a bid to help settle Sanaa\'s debt of at least $230 million to Riyadh, an official statement said Thursday.
December 16, 2000
A government commission on Saturday threatened to take legal action against the opposition Yemen Socialist Party (YSP) for including exiled \"secessio
December 14, 2000
A delegation of the Saudi Development Fund is due to travel to Yemen in a bid to help settle Sanaa\'s debt of at least 230 million dollars to Riyadh.
An independent commission accused the opposition Yemeni Socialist Party (YSP) Thursday of violating the law on political parties and organizations by
Saudi Arabia and Yemen have decided to meet at the level of finance ministers to settle Sanaa's debt of at least $230 million to Riyadh, a Yemeni source said Wednesday.