(JIC) Jordan Investment Commission announced its plan to issue electric cards for the investors so as to facilitate the procedures for them, regarding the importance of industrial investment in Jordan, regarding Dr. Khalid Alwazany Chairman of the Commission.
Jordan Industrial Estates Corporation (JIEC) and the Arab Businessmen Forum in China on Tuesday signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) to enhance cooperation between the two countries and promote Jordan's investment environment.
The MoU, signed by JIEC CEO Omar Jwaid and the forum's head Arafat Harahsheh, seeks to underpin the promotional efforts of Jordanian industrial zones, according to a JIEC statement..
Following a Cabinet decision to lower prices and rent in Tafileh, Madaba and Salt industrial estates under certain conditions, the Jordan Industrial Estates Company (JIEC) was able to attract six industrial investments in Salt and Madaba within less than a month of implementing the decision.
JIEC signed six investment agreements with two Jordanian investors, one Iraqi-Jordanian joint investor, a Yemeni, and a Syrian investor at the Ministry of Industry, Trade and Supply.
The Jordan Industrial Estates Company (JIEC) and the Palestinian Industrial Estates and Free Zones Authority (PIEFZA) on Saturday signed a memorandum to enhance to cooperation and coordination, a JIEC statement said.
The “Made in Jordan” campaign, launched by the Amman Chamber of Industry (ACI), on Wednesday signed a memorandum of cooperation with the Jordan Industrial Estates Company (JIEC) to promote local industries.
President of the ACI Fathi Jaghbir stressed the importance of establishing “firm and strategic” relations with ministries related to industry, praising the JIEC’s efforts to open industrial cities across the Kingdom.
Jordan Industrial Estate Company (JIEC) and The Jordan Press Foundation’s (JPF) Al Rai signed a memorandum of understanding for media training and exchanging expertise.
JIEC CEO Omar Jwaid highlighted the importance of opening new scopes of cooperation between the two sides, noting that the agreement will contribute to supporting investments in industrial estates.
A Bolivian company for food industries has announced that its first investment outside Bolivia will be in the Mowaqar Industrial Estate with an investment of JD3 million.
The 6,000 sqm project is planned to provide more than 300 jobs during its three phases, according to a statement from the Jordanian Industrial Estates Company (JIEC).