Business 2 Weeks Ago
  • »Farmers Union Calls Import Restrictions on Live Cattle

    Mon 1 January / Jan 2018. 12:00 AM
    AMMAN —AlGhad— The General Farmers Union called upon the Prime Minister, Dr Hani Mulqi, to keep the standing restrictions on the import of live cattle under the current circumstances of drought and delays in rainfall.
    In a letter to the...
  • »House Passes 2018 Budget Bill after 1-Day Debate

    Sun 31 December / Dec 2017. 11:02 PM
    AMMAN —AlGhad— House of Representatives, for the first time in Jordan’s history, passed the 2018 General Budget Bill today, Sunday, after just one day of discussion and debate, in what Speaker Atef Tarawneh described as...
  • »Gov’t Raises Fuel Prices, Except for Kerosene, Down JOD0.03 per Litre

    Sun 31 December / Dec 2017. 12:00 AM
    AMMAN —AlGhad— For the first time, the government has decided to increase the price per litre of Diesel by JOD0.01 and lower the price per litre of Kerosene by JOD0.03, while consistently raising the price per litre of 90- and 95-Octane...
  • »Inbound Remittance at USD3.4bln

    Sun 31 December / Dec 2017. 12:00 AM
    AMMAN —AlGhad— Inbound remittance, according to data published by the Central Bank of Jordan (CBJ), has reached USD3.4 billion by the end of November 2017, around the same levels by November 2016.
    Figures indicate that some 70 per cent...
  • »House to Conclude Budget Debates Shortly

    Sun 31 December / Dec 2017. 12:00 AM
    AMMAN —AlGhad— The House of Representatives began the 2018 Budget Bill debate today, Sunday, which is expected to conclude within days, if not by the end of the Sunday session.
    The house will likely pass the General and Independent...
  • »JICA Transfers 2nd Instalment of Soft Loan Worth USD170m

    Sat 30 December / Dec 2017. 12:00 AM
    AMMAN — Japan has transferred a USD170 million in soft loan to Jordan as a direct support to the general budget, a Planning and International Cooperation Ministry's statement said on Saturday.
    The loan, extended through the Japan...
  • »Telecom Sector Revenues Up by 3.6%

    Sat 30 December / Dec 2017. 12:00 AM
    AMMAN — Local ICT sector revenues have risen to USD2.1 billion, posting a growth rate of 3.6 per cent, according to a survey.
    According to the survey, conducted by the ICT Association of Jordan- Int@j, in partnership with the Ministry of...
Business 3 Weeks Ago
  • »Trade Deficit Rise 11% in 10 Months

    Thu 28 December / Dec 2017. 12:00 AM
    AMMAN — Trade deficit in the first 10 months of this year rose by 11 percent compared to the same period of last year, according to figures of Department of Statistics.
    The difference between the value of exports and imports in the same...
  • »No Deficit in GAM Budget 2018, 600 New Jobs Listed

    Thu 28 December / Dec 2017. 12:00 AM
    AMMAN —AlGhad— The Greater Amman Management (GAM) Board of Directors passed the 2018 Budget Bill of JOD498 million with no deficit and 597 job vacancies listed.
    The Municipality’s budget include JOD278 million allocated to capital...
  • »WB Says Jordan Water, Energy Reforms “Satisfactory”

    Tue 26 December / Dec 2017. 12:00 AM
    AMMAN —AlGhad— In a report on developmental progress in Jordan, the World Bank (WB) said that the recent reforms in the water and energy sectors, domestically, are “satisfactory”, both in terms of progress and general...
  • »Budget Debate to Launch on Sunday, Despite Pressures

    Tue 26 December / Dec 2017. 12:00 AM
    AMMAN —AlGhad— The House of Representatives agreed to launch the 2018 Budget Bill Debates on Sunday.
    The Committee on Financial Affairs has not decided on the Bill yet, MP Mousa Wahsh said, despite Speaker Atef Tarawneh’s attempts...
  • »Cattle Farmers Protest to Limit Beef Cattle Imports

    Tue 26 December / Dec 2017. 12:00 AM
    AMMAN —AlGhad— Dozens of members of the Beef Cattle Farmers Cooperative held a protest yesterday, Thursday, demanding limitations to be placed on the importation of beef cattle powdered milk, in order to support the domestic sector....
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