Legal Framework

The government of Jordan has been working to achieve economic stability through encouraging investment, particularly foreign investment. The kingdom’s legal framework not only creates a secure environment for investors and encourages investment in specific sectors through various incentive and benefit schemes, but also provides a well-structured and easily implemented mechanism for establishing fully operational companies. The Free Zones Law grants projects and activities conducted within designated free zones various exemptions and benefits.

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