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the deal

The Jordan Compact: When Will the Deal Deliver?

When it was agreed back in 2016, the rules of origin offered exporters preferential access to lucrative European markets. So why have only a handful of companies in the Kingdom taken advantage of the deal so far? By Dina al…

Latin America

Dubai Launches New Trade Tango with Latin America

Dubai is making major moves to strengthen and diversify trade ties with Latin America. As part of its $27 million campaign to promote trade ties between Dubai and South America, the Dubai Chamber of Commerce and Industry (DCCI) opened its…

HRH Prince Feisal Bin Al Hussein

HRH Prince Feisal Bin Al Hussein

HRH Prince Feisal Bin Al Hussein on the importance of SOFEX. Jordan hosted the toughest and most highly trained special forces from around the world for SOFEX again in May. In this exclusive interview, the chairman of the SOFEX board, HRH…

international airport

Airport Operator Acquisition of Queen Alia International Airport

Aéroports de Paris has big plans for Jordan’s aviation sector after acquiring a controlling stake in the operator of Queen Alia International Airport. Groupe Aéroports de Paris (ADP) recently announced it has spent $265 million to buy a majority 51…

Thai capital

Brilliant Bangkok

It’s not hard to understand why the Thai capital consistently ranks as one of the world’s most visited cities. By Nada Atieh Last year, international tourist arrivals in Thailand were on the up and up, reaching a record 35 million, about half…

investment climate

The Journal: 2018 Investment Climate

Jordan’s economy and investment climate has been shaken over recent years by unrest in neighboring Iraq and Syria, spiralling unemployment, a debt-to-GDP ratio of 95 percent, and a series of IMF-backed subsidy cuts and tax rises. All this while vital…

independence

Breaking Away

Over many years, cultural, language and political differences have led citizenries of various countries to seek independence from their ruling governments. But could these new states survive economically? By Dina Marto Separatist movements are largely motivated by the politics of…

Renewable energy advances

Our Guest today is the executive manager of the Jordan Renewable Energy and Energy Efficiency Fund, which is a governmental institution affiliated with the Ministry of Energy and Mineral Resources. We are hosting our guest today for a Dialogue related…

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…

Porto Dead Sea

Launch of Deliveries for first Phase of “Porto Dead Sea”

Porto Dead Sea has launched the first phase of the Dead Sea Porto project, which includes 439 apartments ranging in size between 52 and 76 m2, surrounded by a serviced area including shopping centers and a wide range of International…