May 2004
Middle East;May2004, Issue 345, p47
This article presents information on economic conditions in the Middle East. The Executive Board of the International Monetary Fund has completed the second review of Jordan's performance under a two-year $126.26m stand-by arrangement. Riyad Bank posted a 13% net profit rise for the first quarter of 2004, with earnings reaching SR439m compared to SR 386m recorded during the same period last year.


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