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Radio stations receive second shutdown warning
Even as 11 unlicensed northern radio stations announced merger plans, others have begun preparing for the post-closure period by moving into the DJ business.
Lebanon, Business, 8/15/1997
Sudan membership in IMF reconsidered
The International Monetary Fund (IMF) is currently preparing for a meeting, to be held in late August, to discuss Sudan's membership in the fund and whether it should be suspended or not.
Sudan, Economics, 8/15/1997
US firms make moves to be part of rebirth
Despite a state department warning that Lebanon remains risky for Americans, the lifting of the travel ban has reinvigorated the interest of US citizens.
Lebanon, Business, 8/15/1997
Civil aviation cooperation between Egypt-India
A 5-member Indian delegation, headed by Shri Anil Baijal, joint secretary at the India Ministry of Civil Aviation, wrapped up an official visit to Egypt.
Egypt, Business, 8/14/1997
Yemen to seek loans for developmental projects
Yemen is seeking to restructure its institutions and implement development projects through foreign loans, an official from the Yemeni Ministry of Economy said.
Yemen, Economics, 8/14/1997
Assuit Airport goes international
The Assuit Airport will receive its first long-distance flight on September 1, said pilot Abdl Fattah Kato, chief of the Egyptian Civil Aviation Authority.
Egypt, Business, 8/14/1997
Saudi Arabia is top exporter to Egypt
Saudi Arabia topped the list of Arab exporters to Egypt during the first quarter of this year, according to commerce department sources at the Egyptian Consulate in Jeddah.
Saudi Arabia-Egypt, Economics, 8/14/1997
Zoghbi condemns forced closure of unlicensed media
The president of the government-recognized General Labor Organization (GLC), Ghanime Zoghbi, condemned the government's decision to shut down unlicensed audio-visual media stations.
Lebanon, Business, 8/14/1997
Price of gasoline and oil is increased
Citing increases in international fuel prices, the ministry of oil on August announced a 500 Lebanese Lira increase per 20 liters of gasoline and 100 Lebanese lira increase for the same amount of diesel oil.
Lebanon, Economics, 8/13/1997
Improved trade-transactions between GCC and Japan
Gulf-Japanese trade transactions noticeably improved in 1996, reaching $37.5 billion.
Gulf Region, Economics, 8/13/1997
Trade agreements were signed between Lebanon and Egypt
At the end of the Lebanese-Egyptian joint committee meeting, the two parties signed 12 agreements in different fields and set up a free trade zone.
Lebanon-Egypt, Economics, 8/13/1997
US delegation chooses Beirut as regional headquarters for the Middle East
Members of the first American business delegation to visit Lebanon since the lifting of the US travel ban announced their plans to open offices in Beirut.
Lebanon, Business, 8/13/1997
Deficit in budget and improvement in revenues in Emirates
Positive indicators show the United Arab Emirates could possibly get rid of the countryıs budget deficit soon.
United Arab Emirates, Economics, 8/13/1997
Differences between Libyan goverment and Korean company
South Korea conglomerate aaccused the Libyan government of not living up to its agreement for the right of supervising the third stage in the construction of the Great Artificial River.
Libya, Business, 8/13/1997
Egypt hosts a Palestinian stock exchange
The Palestinian Stock Exchange (Bourse) has filed an official membership request at the World Stock Exchanges Federation.
Palestine, Economics, 8/13/1997
53 new enterprises dealing in tourism, trade approved
The companies board at the Ministry of Economy approved the setting up of 53 new firms July 12-August 7.
Egypt, Business, 8/13/1997
Mad cow uproar in Egypt
Dr. Ahmed Gaweili, Egyptian Minister of Trade and Supply, was cool in facing recent questioning over the uproar that erupted after reports that British mad cow beef was being imported by Egyptian businessmen through Belgium.
Egypt, Economics, 8/13/1997
Jordanian contractors in Syria
A delegation representing Jordanian contractors' unions in Karak and Irbid visited Syria in order to discuss ways of cooperating.
Jordan-Syria, Economics, 8/12/1997
Kuwait-Thailand trade shows 80 percent increase
The volume of trade exchanges between the Asian country and the Gulf state reached some 256 million US dollars in 1996.
Kuwait, Economics, 8/12/1997
Libyan Egyptian power grid project on track
A 180 km power line linking Salum and Tubrok on its way to completion is considered a preparatory step to the operation of the electricity project linking Libya and Egypt.
Egypt-Libya, Economics, 8/11/1997
First international trade show in Jordan
15 Arab and European countries are participating in Jordan's first international trade show for more than 40 industrial firms.
Jordan, Economics, 8/11/1997
Jordan and Iraq enhance economic relations
The Jordanian Minister of Industry and Trade, discussed in Amman how to enhance cooperation between the two countries with his Iraqi counterpart.
Jordan-Iraq, Economics, 8/11/1997
Iraq seeks UN approval for oil contracts
A Iraqi oil official stated yesterday that Iraq sent oil contracts signed with international companies to the United Nations for approval.
Iraq, Economics, 8/11/1997
Private regional airlines in Morocco
A new regional airline company was inaugurated in Morocco.
Morocco, Business, 8/11/1997
Tunisian trade exchange with Egypt
A Tunisian economic delegation, comprised of businessmen and senior officials, will visit Egypt in September to hold talks to prepare for the signing of a free trade exchange agreement between the two countries.
Egypt-Tunisia, Business, 8/11/1997
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