Journal of Business & Economic Policy

ISSN 2375-0766 (Print), 2375-0774 (Online) DOI: 10.30845/jbep

The Economic Reform and Its Impact on Jordanian Economy
Khaled Abdalla Moh'd AL-Tamimi, Mohammad Sulieman Jaradat

Jordan's financial execution stays tempered in 2017 while the monetary change is in advancement; yet there are good signs apparently within easy reach. On the supply side, administrations keep on being the vital driver of GDP development, and these are moved by a strong execution in the travel industry. Jordan's modern segment is relied upon to recapture energy dependent on recuperation in mining and quarrying as the impact of the drop-in potash costs begins scattering .The labor market continues to face high unemployment and low participation as the economy remains in a low growth equilibrium. All pointers are reflecting acute gender-based heterogeneity and youth downgrading in Jordan’s labor market. With an inspiring regional viewpoint, contractionary economic and financial policies in place, it is difficult to predict a strong retrieval in GDP growth without continuance structural economic reforms. The reviving of trade ways with Iraq promises well in improving consumption and investment ideas.

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