January 10, 2001
The total value of the Yemeni exported fruits and vegetables reached last year more than $100 million, Yemen Times reported. According to the paper, t
Aden Chamber of Commerce and Industry will be organizing the 5th Conference for Businessmen in Aden during 15th-16th January 2001. The conference, ac
The total number of requests submitted to launch investment projects in the Aden Free Zone reached 780 by last week, of which 456 would start within t
January 9, 2001
The residents of Yemen have welcomed a campaign organized by the head of the Yemeni parliament, calling for the boycott of all American and Israeli products.
Yemen\'s privatization plans are to kick off with the refinery in the southern port city of Aden but the sell-off of the national carrier Yemenia has been put on hold, Middle East Economic Digest (<I
January 8, 2001
Yemen\'s privatization plans are to kick off with the refinery in the southern port city of Aden but the sell-off of the national carrier Yemenia has
Yemeni authorities have stepped up security in the port city of Aden ahead of the trial of suspects in the deadly bombing of the US destroyer Cole tha
January 7, 2001
Vintage Petroleum, Inc. has completed the production test phase of the Harmel #1 well evaluation. Harmel #1 was the second of four exploration wells in Yemen drilled by the company during 2000.
January 4, 2001
Aden Free Zone General Authority has finished a plan of its financial funds that would cover the cost of a number of vital projects within the (2001-2
Yemen\'s oldest person, Mohammed Abd al-Dhura, has died at the age of 120 after a life which spanned three centuries.
January 3, 2001
Yemeni authorities have rounded up several Islamists following a series of bomb blasts in the port city of Aden, the scene of a deadly anti-US bombing
January 2, 2001
A small bomb exploded Tuesday outside the office of the Yemeni news agency (SABA) in Aden, just a day after two other explosions in the southern Yemen
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