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The US and the Iraqi oil pipeline
A high ranking US official said in a statement to the London- based al-Hayat daily issued on Friday that the US administration will not oppose Damascus's decision to re-operate the Syrian- Iraqi oil pipeline and this is in contrary to its previous decision ( when the US used to oppose this matter).
Syria-Iraq-USA, Economics, 11/11/2000
EU fishery ministers' council to assess talks with Morocco
The European Union's fishery ministers' council will soon convene to assess results of discussions under way with Morocco, particularly the duration of a bilateral agreement, the council spokesman said.
Morocco-European Union, Economics, 11/11/2000
UNESCO Arab handicraft prize to be awarded in Tunis
The UNESCO handicraft prize for the Arab states will be awarded at the regional handicraft fair hosted by Tunis November 16-19, says a release of the World Handicraft Council.
Regional, Economics, 11/11/2000
Casablanca to host round-table on Morocco-Nigeria trade relations
Morocco-Nigeria, Economics, 11/11/2000
Iraq, Morocco strike trade deals worth $60 million
Iraq and Morocco have stricken trade deals worth $60 million. The announcement was made Thursday by Moroccan Minister of industry, trade, energy and mining, Mustapha Mansouri, upon return from Iraq where he delivered President Saddam Hussein a message from King Mohammed VI, dealing with bilateral relations.
Iraq-Morocco, Economics, 11/10/2000
Europe says fishery talks was constructive, moroccan fishery union concern
Talks of Wednesday and Thursday in Rabat by Moroccan and European Union delegations on fisheries were "constructive" and "progress" has been made, the European Commission spokesman said.
Morocco-European Union, Economics, 11/10/2000
Morocco attends Maghreb investment, development conference in Washington
Morocco sees this conference as an important opportunity to publicize its economic potentials to US investors, Moroccan economy, finance, privatization and tourism minister, Fathallah Oualalou, said at a press briefing hosted Tuesday by US ambassador to Morocco, Edward Gabriel.
Morocco-USA, Economics, 11/10/2000
Moroccan-Greek economic commission convenes in Athens
The 5th Moroccan-Greek economic commission opened works in Athens Thursday in keeping with provisions of the economic, scientific and technical cooperation agreement passed in Rabat in October 1975, a release of the foreign affairs and cooperation department said.
Morocco-Greece, Economics, 11/10/2000
Algerian minister receives Moroccan ambassador in Algiers
Algeria-Morocco, Economics, 11/9/2000
Partial operation for the Iraqi- Syrian oil pipeline
Oil experts have expected the operation of the Syrian- Iraqi oil pipeline in the coming days following a cessation of 18 years.
Jordan-Iraq, Economics, 11/9/2000
Morocco, EU carry on fishery talks in Rabat
Morocco-European Union, Economics, 11/9/2000
Syrian- Jordanian continued contacts over al-Wahda dam
The Jordanian minister of waters and irrigation Hatem Hilwani on Wednesday in Amman announced that contacts are continuous with the Syrian side over al-Wahda dam.
Jordan-Syria, Economics, 11/9/2000
Federation of medium-sized enterprises calls for revision of draft charter
The federation of small and medium-sized enterprises (SME) on Wednesday voiced rejection of the draft charter on SME and called for a thorough revision of the text.
Morocco, Business, 11/9/2000
Arab telecommunications ministers' council opens in Cairo
Regional, Economics, 11/9/2000
A new directory for the Gulf
The Gulf organization for industrial development has issued a new directory for industrial investment in the countries of the Gulf Cooperation Council GCC.
Gulf, Business, 11/9/2000
Development of northern provinces a priority, Youssoufi
The promotion and development of Moroccan northern provinces has become a national priority, said in Larache (northern Morocco) Tuesday premier, Abderrahmane Youssoufi.
Morocco, Economics, 11/8/2000
Iraq calls on foreign airlines to open their offices in Baghdad
Iraq, Business, 11/8/2000
Media activities of religions, sectarian or partisan nature not allowed
Egypt, Economics, 11/8/2000
Moroccan industry minister arrives in Baghdad
Moroccan minister of industry, commerce, energy and minerals Mustafa al-Mansouri arrived on Tuesday in Baghdad leading a delegation including 35 figures representing political parties, trade unions and the press.
Iraq-Morocco, Economics, 11/8/2000
Report: Britain dumped banned animal meat on Third World
"Britain offloaded tens of thousands of tons of potentially BSE-infected cattle feed on the Third World after deciding it was too dangerous to give to herds in the UK" reported the British daily the Guardian.
Regional-UK, Economics, 11/8/2000
Moroccan delegation arrives in Baghdad
Iraq-Morocco, Economics, 11/7/2000
Jordanian bankers stop dealing with the Shekel
Jordanian bankers stopped dealing with the Israeli Shekel. Their decision was in response to the decision issued by the bankers society in the country, in solidarity with the Palestinian people in the occupied lands.
Jordan-Israel, Economics, 11/7/2000
Egypt serious in luring foreign Investment
Regional Manager of Japan Bank for International Cooperaton Mmogi Yama said the Egyptian government is serious in luring foreign investments in a way that serves the country's ambitions projects.
Egypt-Japan, Economics, 11/7/2000
Moroccan official leads business delegation to Iraq
Morocco-Iraq, Economics, 11/6/2000
IDB governors board to meet Monday
Regional, Economics, 11/6/2000
Syrian government reduces budget's deficiency despite increase in expenditures
The Syrian official news Agency SANA said on Sunday that the government on Saturday proposed to the People's Assembly ( Parliament) the budget for the year 2001 which expects a reduction in the budget deficit at a rate of 25%, coupled with increase in expenditures at 16.9%.
Syria, Economics, 11/6/2000
Sudanese oil for Ethiopia
The Sudanese government has decided to provide Ethiopia with oil through land containers as a first phase after which oil will be transport to Ethiopia from Sudan through pipelines.
Sudan-Ethiopia, Economics, 11/6/2000
Palestinian official calls closure of Palestinian air space act of war
Palestinian official in charge of the civil aviation, Faiz Zaidane, said Israel's decision to close the Palestinian air space is an act of war that seeks to undermine the Gaza airport and the Palestinian air company.
Palestine-Israel, Economics, 11/6/2000
Saudi Arabia extends $ 30 mln emergency aid to Palestine
Saudi Arabia extended on Sunday an emergency assistance worth $ 30 Million to the Palestinian authority, said a Palestinian diplomatic source here.
Saudi Arabia-Palestine, Economics, 11/6/2000
Mediterranean energy and electricity ministers meet end November
Energy and electricity ministers of Mediterranean countries will meet end of this month in Rabat to look into the electric connection project in the region, Egyptian electricity and energy minister, Ali Essaidi announced.
Regional, Economics, 11/6/2000
Egyptian chambers of commerce boycott Israel
The chairman of the federation of the Egyptian chambers of commerce Khaled Abu Ismael has announced that all chambers of commerce in the Egyptian provinces have boycotted Israel and refused any relation with it.
Egypt-Israel, Economics, 11/6/2000
A new plan to develop local markets
Egypt's Prime Minister Atef Ebeid Sunday urged business organizations, chambers of commerce and investment associations to meet at least once every year to look into their problems and come up with the best solutions.
Egypt, Economics, 11/6/2000
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