Monthly Archives: November 2017

Campbell Gray

Taking Luxury to a New Level

Campbell Gray Living aims to meet the growing demand for high-end real estate in Jordan. Jordan’s real estate sector seems to have finally found its footing following some challenging years. Heavyweight companies from across the region are busy building high-end…

project

Breathing Life into the Badia

An ambitious project is underway to make Jordan’s arid areas bloom again while creating a new green economy in the process. The Sahara Forest Project is a Norwegian social enterprise that aims to bring together the latest green technology to…

trade

A Promising Partnership

The chairman of AmCham in Jordan says he’s actively engaged in boosting trade between Jordan and the United States, while seeking to diversify the Jordanian products that reach the world’s largest economy. By Dina al Wakeel Established in 1999, the American…

A Super SUV

Launched in the Middle East just weeks before Volvo’s official re-launch in the Jordanian market, the new XC60 is the latest in the Swedish manufacturer’s aggressive product offensive. By Ghaith Madadha The XC60 is stylishly designed, ergonomic, comfortable, and well-equipped….

economic relations

Seven Decades of Trading and Talking with Turkey

Turkey and Jordan recently marked seven decades of diplomatic and economic relations. The Turkish Ambassador to Jordan believes the next 70 years will be even more fruitful. By Dina al Wakeel Turkey’s President Recep Tayyip Erdogan held talks with HM…

national drive

Jordan Targets Small Business Growth

A national drive to boost support for Jordan’s SMEs is gaining pace, spearheaded by increased access to finance and plans to garner a more business-friendly operating environment. In June the World Bank and the Central Bank of Jordan (CBJ) announced…

Network International

EMP Rebrands as Network International

Emerging Markets Payments-Jordan (EMP), the fintech company behind online billing service eFawateerCom, has been rebranded as Network International as part of its sale to the UAE-based payment solutions provider. “I believe that we have reached a stage in the market…

Home-Based Business Regulations Launched

New regulations designed to make it easier for thousands of Jordanians to obtain licenses to run home-based enterprises were introduced by the government last month with support from USAID. The new regulations will help minimize startup costs and bureaucracy for…