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Jordan exports reach 888,000 tons in 2015, fruits 6.1pc, vegetables 4.8pc

AMMAN: Jordan’s exports of fruits and vegetables reached about 888,000 tons last year, with vegetables accounting for 4.8 percent and fruits 6.1 percent. According to the Agriculture ministry’s assistant secretary general for marketing, Salah Tarawneh, Arab Gulf markets ranked first in the countries importing Jordanian vegetables and fruit with 5.6 percent, followed by the Iraqi market with 3.1 percent, and ... Read More »

Jordan customs aborts attempt to smuggle 135,000 Captagon pills at Omari border

AMMAM: Anti Narcotics Department (AND) and customs agents have aborted an attempt to smuggle 135,000 Captagon pills at the Omari border crossing, official sources said. Agents were patrolling the area and spotted several oil containers dumped in a yard at the border crossing, a senior and official said. “The agents opened one container and found Captagon pills hidden inside it,” ... Read More »

JIC ready to facilitate Chinese investors to start projects in Jordan

AMMAN: The new investment law will provide investment incentives such as exemptions from customs fees and sales tax in an automatic way to save time of investors, Oqlah said, stressing that JIC is ready to provide Chinese investors with all facilities to establish their projects in Jordan. Jordan Investment Commission (JIC) President Montaser Oqlah acquainted Li Jianhua, Ningxia committee secretary at ... Read More »

Amman Chamber calls on Jordan, Thai private sector to promote trade

AMMAN: Amman Chamber of Commerce (ACC) Chairman, Issa Murad, called on the Jordanian and Thai private sectors to exert more efforts in order to promote the volume of trade between the two countries. Murad, speaking during the inauguration of the Jordanian-Thai Business Forum, assured that the trade balance between the two countries was still below expectations and remains in favor ... Read More »

President Issa Murad opens Business Forum in Jordan

AMMAN: The private sectors in Jordan and Thailand have to work harder to enhance the volume of trade exchange and establish joint projects, Amman Chamber of Commerce (ACC) President Issa Murad said while inaugurating the Jordanian. Thai Business Forum, Murad described the trade balance between the two countries as still low, with Jordanian exports to Thailand in 2014 reaching $28 ... Read More »