Monthly Archives: May 2018

The state of the Foreign Exchange Reserve

The decline of Foreign Exchange Reserves in any country affects investors’ confidence in its economy. In 2017 the Foreign Exchange Reserves in Jordan declined significantly. What are the reasons and what are the solutions? We are looking for answers on…

Jordan’s Digital Chance

Our guest, Dr. Baha Al Deen Al Khasawneh, holds a PhD in Computer Science, specifically in the multimedia field. He has over 20 years of experience in developing IT systems and consulting in Jordan and the United States, in addition to teaching in Princess…

Questioning education

Education is considered the main pillar which major economics depend on. Problems related to the education sector in Jordan are not only related to the outcome quality but also include the major increase of university and school fees, especially in…

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Out of Control Auto Ownership

Alarming new research shows it’s time we slammed the breaks on rapidly growing car ownership in Jordan. The Jordan Strategy Forum (JSF) recently published a note entitled “Vehicle Ownership in Jordan: A Comparative Perspective”. The note presented the current level…

Meet one of the most successful women in the Middle East

Today’s guest on Women in Business is not an ordinary woman; she was classified by Forbes magazine as one of the 100 most powerful women in the Middle East and North Africa. A woman who fought in the insurance sector,…

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First Arabic Netflix Series to be Filmed in Jordan

Streaming giant Netflix has announced that Jinn, its first Arabic original series, will be filmed in Jordan later this year. The supernatural drama will center on a group of teenagers that encounter a malevolent spirit in the ancient city of…