Investment Law The Investment Law No. 30 of 2014 (the Investment Law) sets out the legal framework to enhance, support and incentivise investments in Jordan. It also aims to unify legislation pertaining to investments in general, regardless of whether such investments are in development zones, free zones or other jurisdictions. Investment Commission The Investment Law established the Investment Commission, which has full authority to exclusively regulate investments and to facilitate licensing…
From The Report: Jordan 2016
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This chapter contains an overview of the legal framework in which local and foreign investors operate in Jordan, including an outline of sectors in which foreign ownership is restricted and a look at recently promulgated legislation for public private partnerships.
This chapter contains a viewpoint from Khaled Asfour, Managing Partner, Zu’bi Advocates & Legal Consultants.