Draft Jordanian Investment Law
The Draft Jordanian Investment Law is intended to attract and encourage both local and foreign investment in Jordan, and to reinforce confidence in the investment environment in Jordan for the organisation, revitalisation and development of the economic environment. The Draft Law is still under study, having recently undergone its second reading.
The Draft Law tackles the following issues:
- Tax exemptions;
- Investors’ rights;
- A one-stop shop investment window;
- Development and Free zones, and the relevant tax and customs exemptions;
- Residency in Development and Free Zones; and
- The establishment of an Investment Board, as well as, a Higher Investment Committee…
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