February 2004
Middle East;Feb2004, Issue 342, p50
This article presents information on high technology industry, as of February 2004. Jordan's annual growth in the cellular market is forecasted to sustain at 19% for 2004 and 2005 when NewGen/Xpress, the third mobile operator, is scheduled to enter the market. The number of high tech firms operating from the Palestinian territories increased by 88% over the past three years, despite the ongoing AI Aqsa Intifada. Some 75 Palestinian high tech firms are doing business in the region. Kuwait's global system for mobile communication market leads the Arab World in low cost rates.


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