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India Jordan Trade ties:

India and Jordan discussed ways to increase cooperation in diverse areas like customs taxation and visa to promote trade and investments between the two countries in July 2017. The discussions were held during the 10th India-Jordan Trade and Economic Joint Committee (TEJC) meeting held in New Delhi. A revised economic and trade cooperation agreement was signed. The Agreement is aimed at boosting and diversifying bilateral trade relations, in addition to promoting economic, trade and investment cooperation based on the principle of equity, non-discrimination. Discussions were also held on ways to increase ties in sectors like maritime, air and rail transport, renewable energy, smart grid development, IT, higher education and vocational training. The two-way trade between the countries stood at $1.3 billion in 2016-17.

Amman is the gateway to nearby markets like Syria, Iraq, Palestine and others because of Jordan’s strategic location, open relationships with neighboring countries and business friendly laws for foreign investors. According to the Heritage Foundation's Index of Economic Freedom, Jordan has the third freest economy in the Middle East and North Africa, behind only Bahrain and Qatar, and the 32nd freest in the world. Jordan ranked as having the 35th best infrastructure in the world, according to the World Economic Forum's Index of Economic Competitiveness. The Kingdom scored higher than many of its peers in the Persian Gulf and Europe like Kuwait, Israel and Ireland.

The growth is evident from the fact that India’s engineering exports to Jordan is increasing every year and India’s share in Jordan’s total engineering imports has also gone up to 6.4 %. This shows Jordan as a very promising market for Indian engineering products.

08 April – 11 April 2019

Halls of Amman International Motors Show Center (AIMS)
Near Ministry of Foreign Affairs (on the way to Amman International Airport)
Amman, Jordan
Opening Hours: Daily from 4.00 pm to 10.00 pm.

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