Amman, Feb. 12 (Petra)-Prime Minister, Omar Razzaz, on Wednesday announced the launch of 68 investment opportunities, worth $4.5 billion, covering most of the Kingdom's regions.
These investment opportunities, with feasibility studies initially undertaken, deemed the target to attracting investors, include sectors of tourism, industry, health, agriculture and services.
During the launch ceremony at the Jordan Investment Commission (JIC), the premier said the investment opportunities are the result of efforts that produced "true" investment projects available to the private sector.
Razzaz pointed to the government's keenness to distribute investments in all regions of the Kingdom due to their impact on achieving local development at the governorate level, in implementation of the Royal directives.
Razzaz expressed his thanks to the JIC for its efforts in leading this file with "clear" standards and studies that contribute to promoting Jordan as a destination for investment in the sectors of tourism, industry, agriculture, services, health and education.