Jordan's economy has proven remarkably resilient, and opportunities remain for foreign investors, particularly in energy, transport and construction.
Jordan is seeking new energy partners to source more power locally and reduce dependence on imported crude oil.
The port of Aqaba continues to see major upgrade and expansion works to accomodate growing trade volumes.
While nominal GDP increased 6.7% in 2014, manufacturing expanded by 4.4% and mining and quarrying was up about 20%
Construction activity is rising on the back of new developments in transport, residential real estate, energy grids and liquified natural gas terminals.