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Morocco, Mauritania pledge to consolidate cooperation
Morocco and Mauritania pledged to consolidate cooperation through a framework agreement of partnership and cooperation between the Rabat Sale Zemmour Zair region in Morocco and Mauritania's Corgol.
Morocco-Mauritania, Economics, 9/27/2003
Renault buys 26% of Moroccan carmaker's state owned shares
The French Group Renault and the Moroccan government signed on Thursday the cession contract under which Renault buys 26% of the state's shares in the Moroccan carmaker SOMACA, for 65 million dirhams (nearly $6.5 million).
Morocco-France, Business, 9/27/2003
Morocco grants Spain's Repsol 3 offshore prospecting licenses
Morocco granted Friday Spain's Repsol Exploracion Anonymous three licenses of offshore prospecting in the 6,000 km2 "Tangiers-Larache" zone (north). The licenses cover 8 years divided on 3 periods, each concerning a specific kind of research.
Morocco-Spain, Economics, 9/27/2003
Syria- Bahrain to boost agricultural relations
Syria-Bahrain, Economics, 9/27/2003
Mubarak warns against population increase in Egypt
Egypt's President Hosni Mubarak has warned against the increasing population growth in Egypt and considered it as the country's main economic problem.
Egypt, Economics, 9/26/2003
Syrian premier confers with AOAD delegation
Syria's Prime Minister, Naji Otari discussed on Thursday with a delegation of the Executive Council of the Arab Organization for Agricultural development, Arab relations of cooperation and the importance of developing the joint Arab action in all domains particularly, in agrarian and water domains
Regional-Syria, Economics, 9/26/2003
Morocco's informal sector includes 1.2 million enterprises, makes 17% of gdp
The Moroccan non-agricultural informal sector, which contributes 17% to the kingdom's GDP, counts some 1,233,240 production units including 76.6% in cities, according to a survey of the statistics department.
Morocco, Economics, 9/26/2003
Syria - Silk Road Festival
The Syrian Silk Road Festival will be celebrated Saturday under the auspices of Prime Minister Naji Otari in the northern city of Aleppo with the participation of several Arab and foreign countries.
Syria, Economics, 9/26/2003
Ismailia film festival next saturday; 162 films from 54 countries in the most important festival for short films
The assessment committee will be headed by the German critic Herman Berth and the membership of Charles Tyson, cinema critic, Gary Celdia the Australian cinema director, Anokom Okoumy Nigerian cinema critic, the Syrian critic Qus'ei Darwish, the Palestinian director Nabiha Lotfy and Yehia Azmy from Egypt.
Egypt, Economics, 9/25/2003
Morocco, Emirati Airliners seal code-share agreement
The Moroccan and Emirati carriers, Royal Air Maroc (RAM) and Emirates Airlines announced Wednesday the sealing of a code-sharing agreement to be applied as of October 1st.
United Arab Emirates-Morocco, Business, 9/25/2003
Syrian - Iraqi transport cooperation
Syria-Iraq, Economics, 9/25/2003
World congress of women heads of enterprises
Regional, Business, 9/25/2003
Smuggling costs Morocco 450,000 jobs, says minister
The marketing in Morocco of Spanish products worth 1.5 billion Euros, smuggled into the country mainly from the two Spanish enclaves, Sebta and Melillia, is costing the kingdom 450,000 jobs and hampers the normal social and economic development, said, in Madrid Tuesday, visiting Moroccan minister of economic and general affairs, Abderrazak El Mossadeq.
Morocco-Spain, Economics, 9/24/2003
Half of the Iraqis in need of food aid
The United Nations Food and Agriculture organization FAO said that almost half of the Iraqis estimated at 26 million are in need of humanitarian aid in order to avoid hunger despite the improvement of agricultural crops in the country since the end of military operations which were led by the American and British forces who invaded Iraq in March.
Iraq, Economics, 9/24/2003
Cairo fixes US dollar price for importing foodstuffs
The Egyptian government decided yesterday to fix the price of one Dollar at 5.35 Egyptian pounds in order to finance supplies of basic foodstuffs. The decision was taken amid a shortage in the barely used in producing wheat.
Egypt, Economics, 9/24/2003
Oman distribute land lants to citizens
Oman, Economics, 9/24/2003
Gas Exploration in Musandam
Oman-China, Economics, 9/24/2003
Palestinian local community main survey on facilities and population
205 Localities (34%) do not have public water network, and 79 localities (13%) do not have electricity network
Palestine, Economics, 9/24/2003
Donors' conference for Palestinian refugees opened in Amman
Palestine-Regional, Economics, 9/24/2003
Annual cotton festival opened in Aleppo
Syria, Economics, 9/24/2003
Morocco and Wallony set to boost economic and social partnership
Morocco and the southeastern Belgian Francophone region of Walloony agreed on Tuesday to boost economic and social partnership, with a focus on the government's priorities to promote low-cost housing, tourism and investments.
Morocco-Belgium, Economics, 9/24/2003
Customs receipts rise by 13.3 percent in Morocco
Morocco, Economics, 9/24/2003
Spanish, Southern Morocco ports sign cooperation accord
The Port Authority of Las Palmas signed over the week end with three Moroccan Atlantic southern ports (Tan-Tan, Laayoune and Dakhla) a cooperation agreement to consolidate cooperation in training, trading expertise and technical, trade, sea transports and maritime transportation information.
Morocco-Spain, Economics, 9/23/2003
Arab gulf customs officials meet on unified procedures
Gulf, Economics, 9/22/2003
Egypt, Romania discuss free trade area
Egypt-Romania, Economics, 9/22/2003
Dubai's international finance meetings tomorrow with absence of Netaniahu
Meetings of the World Bank and the International Monetary Fund will start tomorrow in Dubai in the presence of representatives for 184 countries following a series of sideline meetings dealing in particular with rebuilding Iraq and Palestinian areas.
Regional-United Arab Emirates, Economics, 9/22/2003
Gates: Egypt largest area Microsoft covers
Head of Microsoft Company Bill Gates Sunday sent an e-message to President Hosni Mubarak on the occasion of opening the "Smart Village" in Egypt.
Egypt-USA, Business, 9/22/2003
Blaze in Mohammedia Refinery caused by combination of reasons
The blaze that broke out Thursday in a gasoline tank in the Moroccan major oil refinery SAMIR in Mohammedia (near Casablanca) is due to a combination of reasons, said sources close to the investigation.
Morocco, Business, 9/22/2003
Beltagui: Nile tourism back from Cairo to Luxor
Egypt, Economics, 9/22/2003
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