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Jordan Report

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In the decade that PBI Aqaba has been working in Jordan it has seen huge development; however Chairman and CEO Mr Sheldon Fink says that “Jordan is far away from having realised its potential and that is great for Continue
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16 February 2016 |
In the decade that PBI Aqaba has been working in Jordan it has seen huge development; however Chairman and CEO Mr Sheldon Fink says that “Jordan is far away from having realised its potential and Continue
02 December 2010 |
Ben Novak
Many people visiting the country are warned that the Eastern areas contain nothing that might interest a foreigner, or worse, that these areas are dangerous. This is truly unfortunate; visitors to Continue
25 November 2010 |
Jacques Yétérian
With over 10,000 registered archaeological sites, one can visit the earliest known human settlements in the world; some of the best preserved Roman temples, forums, and Colosseum outside Italy 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 trade sector is growing rapidly, primarily as a result of having more FTAs than any other Arab state in the region. With US7 bil. exports In 2009, it ranked 4th after UAE, Bahrain, and 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
16 November 2010 |
Peter Matay
The famous “Lost City” of Petra, remembered in poetry as “a rose-red city half as old as time,” and unforgettably featured in a host of films, novels, and video games, is one of the “Seven Continue
16 November 2010 |
Peter Matay
Jordan is has a “strong kingdom” form of government, which is to say that, while it has a constitution and a partially elected parliament, the king has substantial control of the political Continue
16 November 2010 |
Peter Matay
The foreign policy that has kept Jordan one of the most internally safe and peaceful as well as one of the most stable governments in the Middle East, consists of three successful strategies. Continue
16 November 2010 |
Peter Matay
Generally considered one of the most beautiful of world leaders, Queen Rania, for her part, has been no palace wallflower. Continue
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16 February 2016 |
In the decade that PBI Aqaba has been working in Jordan it has seen huge development; however Chairman and CEO Mr Sheldon Fink says that “Jordan is far away from having realised its potential and Continue
02 December 2010 |
Ben Novak
Many people visiting the country are warned that the Eastern areas contain nothing that might interest a foreigner, or worse, that these areas are dangerous. This is truly unfortunate; visitors to Continue
25 November 2010 |
Jacques Yétérian
With over 10,000 registered archaeological sites, one can visit the earliest known human settlements in the world; some of the best preserved Roman temples, forums, and Colosseum outside Italy 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 trade sector is growing rapidly, primarily as a result of having more FTAs than any other Arab state in the region. With US7 bil. exports In 2009, it ranked 4th after UAE, Bahrain, and 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
16 November 2010 |
Peter Matay
The famous “Lost City” of Petra, remembered in poetry as “a rose-red city half as old as time,” and unforgettably featured in a host of films, novels, and video games, is one of the “Seven Continue
16 November 2010 |
Peter Matay
Jordan is has a “strong kingdom” form of government, which is to say that, while it has a constitution and a partially elected parliament, the king has substantial control of the political Continue
16 November 2010 |
Peter Matay
The foreign policy that has kept Jordan one of the most internally safe and peaceful as well as one of the most stable governments in the Middle East, consists of three successful strategies. Continue
16 November 2010 |
Peter Matay
Generally considered one of the most beautiful of world leaders, Queen Rania, for her part, has been no palace wallflower. Continue
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16 February 2016 |
In the decade that PBI Aqaba has been working in Jordan it has seen huge development; however Chairman and CEO Mr Sheldon Fink says that “Jordan is far away from having realised its potential and Continue
02 December 2010 |
Ben Novak
Many people visiting the country are warned that the Eastern areas contain nothing that might interest a foreigner, or worse, that these areas are dangerous. This is truly unfortunate; visitors to Continue
25 November 2010 |
Jacques Yétérian
With over 10,000 registered archaeological sites, one can visit the earliest known human settlements in the world; some of the best preserved Roman temples, forums, and Colosseum outside Italy 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 trade sector is growing rapidly, primarily as a result of having more FTAs than any other Arab state in the region. With US7 bil. exports In 2009, it ranked 4th after UAE, Bahrain, and 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
16 November 2010 |
Peter Matay
The famous “Lost City” of Petra, remembered in poetry as “a rose-red city half as old as time,” and unforgettably featured in a host of films, novels, and video games, is one of the “Seven Continue
16 November 2010 |
Peter Matay
Jordan is has a “strong kingdom” form of government, which is to say that, while it has a constitution and a partially elected parliament, the king has substantial control of the political Continue
16 November 2010 |
Peter Matay
The foreign policy that has kept Jordan one of the most internally safe and peaceful as well as one of the most stable governments in the Middle East, consists of three successful strategies. Continue
16 November 2010 |
Peter Matay
Generally considered one of the most beautiful of world leaders, Queen Rania, for her part, has been no palace wallflower. Continue
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