Jordon Construction

The construction sector saw renewed growth in 2013 with forecasts for continued expansion in 2014. Loans extended in 2013 reached $5.76bn, accounting for 21.5% of credit to all industries. While housing accounted for the bulk of construction activity, several major real estate and tourism development projects are driving opportunities for large contractors, particularly in the Red Sea port of Aqaba. Meanwhile in the capital, Amman, the downtown area of Abdali has been the focus of major redevelopment projects, including commercial space, retail facilities and residential units at a total investment cost of $5bn.

This chapter contains an interview with Taha Al Zboun, CEO, Dead Sea Development Zone.

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OBG talks to Taha Al Zboun, CEO, Dead Sea Development Zone

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