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Dr. Omar Razzaz, Chairman of Jordan Ahli Bank
2015 has been a fantastic opportunity to clean, build and renew Jordan Ahli Bank. Add a comment Continue
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20 February 2016 |
"The bank has moved up decisively. The before tax profit increased by 40% in 2015, compared to 2014. We inaugurated more branches. Our portfolio is better and our capital adequacy ratios are up," says Continue
16 February 2016 |
"We believe that Jordan is far away from having realised its potential. That is great in business. If more foreign investors come here and show what we can do and how it can be a very important part Continue
16 February 2016 |
"The main objective is to be an example for proving to the Jordanian government that Aqaba can be a great manufacturing location. That is something they didn’t believe at all and now they are Continue
16 February 2016 |
"The vision of Aqaba, held by the authorities when we first came here, did not give an important role to industry," explains Sheldon Fink, Chairman & CEO of PBI Aqaba Industrial Estate. Continue
09 February 2016 |
Marcopolis.net has compiled the list of the top holding companies in Jordan. Continue
08 February 2016 |
Marcopolis.net has compiled the list of the key financial institutions in Jordan. The Kingdom's most important financial bodies are dominated by the Central Bank of Jordan. Continue
Dr. Omar Razzaz, Chairman of Jordan Ahli Bank
2015 has been a fantastic opportunity to clean, build and renew Jordan Ahli Bank. Continue
17 November 2010 |
Peter Matay
The overall Jordanian economy has been marked by the following characteristics, challenges, and problems. Continue
16 November 2010 |
Peter Matay
Jordan’s economy has had robust growth of 6%-7% every year since 2000, with highs of 8% in 2004, and 7.8% in 2008. While the world financial crisis slowed growth to 2.8% in 2009, it but did not Continue
08 November 2010 |
Peter Matay
The major challenges that we face are structural.  By this I mean we have a large public sector and the number of public sector servants  Continue
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Dr. Omar Razzaz, Chairman of Jordan Ahli Bank
2015 has been a fantastic opportunity to clean, build and renew Jordan Ahli Bank. Continue
08 November 2010 |
Peter Matay
The major challenges that we face are structural.  By this I mean we have a large public sector and the number of public sector servants  Continue
07 November 2010 |
Peter Matay
The current market capitalization amounted to 22 billion JD - that represents about 137% of GDP, which is considered high compared to international standards. Continue
05 November 2010 |
Peter Matay
We import 96% of our energy from outside of Jordan, not only from Egypt; we import only the gas from Egypt for our electricity generation. Continue
05 November 2010 |
Peter Matay
Standard & Poor's Corp. cut Jordan's long-term local currency sovereign ratings to BBB- from BBB. Continue
10 June 2010 |
Ben Novak
Jordan has been affected by the economic crisis. In the last year the growth rate was 2.8% but we heard that this year it would not be less than 4%. Continue
20 February 2016 |
"The bank has moved up decisively. The before tax profit increased by 40% in 2015, compared to 2014. We inaugurated more branches. Our portfolio is better and our capital adequacy ratios are up," says Continue
16 February 2016 |
"We believe that Jordan is far away from having realised its potential. That is great in business. If more foreign investors come here and show what we can do and how it can be a very important part Continue
16 February 2016 |
"The main objective is to be an example for proving to the Jordanian government that Aqaba can be a great manufacturing location. That is something they didn’t believe at all and now they are Continue
16 February 2016 |
"The vision of Aqaba, held by the authorities when we first came here, did not give an important role to industry," explains Sheldon Fink, Chairman & CEO of PBI Aqaba Industrial Estate. Continue
17 November 2010 |
Peter Matay
The overall Jordanian economy has been marked by the following characteristics, challenges, and problems. Continue
16 November 2010 |
Peter Matay
Jordan’s economy has had robust growth of 6%-7% every year since 2000, with highs of 8% in 2004, and 7.8% in 2008. While the world financial crisis slowed growth to 2.8% in 2009, it but did not Continue