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H&H Investment and Development — a multi service provider real estate company — will adopt Yardi Voyager® 7S, a browser-independent and mobile-enabled Software as a Service platform, as its new property management platform.
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More than 100 researchers and 31 countries are taking part in the conference
Lt. General HH Sheikh Saif bin Zayed Al Nahyan, Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Interior, met with heads of delegations that are taking part in the fourth annual INTERPA Conference (International Association of Police Academies), which commenced today at Intercontinental Abu Dhabi Hotel.
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Jordan’s economy to grow about 3.8 per cent and will meet its IMF-approved target this year. “The economy is resilient and our imports of energy have dropped substantially by about 30 per cent”, the Central Bank Governor Zaid Fariz said on the sidelines of a World Economic Forum meeting in the Dead Sea.
Growth has accelerated from 2.3 per cent in 2013. Jordan’s budget deficit is expected to drop to 1.8 per cent of GDP this year with losses at state electricity firm NEPCO reduced to 600 million dinars from 1 billion last year and with its arrears wiped out by next...
Weak oil prices that have cut the current account deficit to about nine per cent have put the kingdom on track for about 3.8 per cent growth in gross domestic product. Jordan’s economy is robust despite spillover violence along its borders from wars in Syria and Iraq, the central bank governor said on Friday, and will meet its IMF-approved target this year. "...
Jordan’s economy is robust despite spillover violence along its borders from wars in Syria and Iraq, the central bank governor said on Friday, and will meet its IMF-approved target this year.
High school students organised an open day on Friday to raise awareness about cancer and “draw a smile” on the faces of young cancer patients to “remind them to keep hope alive”.
Mohammad Dada and Mohammad Samman worked together to organise the event, held at the King Hussein Business Park (KHBP) and featuring booths selling accessories"...Continue Reading >
An international cruise ship that docked in Aqaba last Thursday introduced the “golden triangle of tourism” — Aqaba, Petra and Wadi Rum — to a new group of tourists, a commissioner at the Aqaba Special Economic Zone Authority (ASEZA) said Saturday.
ASEZA Commissioner for Economic Development and Investment Affairs Sharhabeel Madi"...Continue Reading >
Fighting the Daesh terror group in cyberspace requires the concerted efforts of the public and private sectors along with civil society organisations, all the way benefiting from UN expertise and relevant international laws, panellists said at the World Economic Forum (WEF) on Saturday.
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To reduce unemployment among young Arabs, schools and universities should teach critical thinking, women should be encouraged to join the workforce, and governments should ease regulations for start-ups and small and medium enterprises (SMEs), panellists said at a World Economic Forum (WEF) session on Friday.
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Prime Minister Abdullah Ensour reiterated that Jordan, under the Hashemite leadership, supports the Iraqi state in countering terrorism which has hit the neighboring country.
In two separate meetings on the sidelines of the World Economic Forum (WEF), with the two Iraqi deputy Prime Ministers, Rowsch Nuri Shaways and Baha al-Araji, Ensour said the calamity Iraq is facing will vanish and thta country is going to win the war against terrorism.
Minister of Agriculture, Akef Al Zoubi, during his visit to Russia, discussed efforts to ship Jordanian vegetables to the former Soviet republic via sea in coordination with the private sector to secure that county's market with Jordanian agricultural products.
Al Zoubi, who led a public and private sector delegation to Russia, said it is important for both countries' private sectors to coordinate and highlighted the adoption of Starova"...