Leading global online food delivery marketplace ‘hellofood’ has launched a scholarship scheme to cultivate the spirit of leadership and entrepreneurship among Jordan’s university students.
The hellofood Excellenc
Samsung Electronics has launched its new washing machine WW8000 in the Jordanian market which offers families with high performance, energy efficiency and laundry care, all housed in an elegant crystal blue design.
Speaking at the
Amman-based Central Electricity Generating Company (CEGCO) has signed a collective labour agreement (CLA) with the Electricity Workers Union in Jordan, settling all their demands.
As per the deal, CEGCO has agreed to grant all emp
Jordan’s Ministry of Water and Irrigation plans to build a new $45 million wastewater pipeline to transport sewage from Zarqa Governorate and parts of Amman to Al Samra Wastewater Treatment Plant, said a report.
The new pipe
Jordan's trade deficit widened in the first six months of this year by 10.5 percent to 5.35 billion dinars ($7.5 billion) compared with the same period in 2013, due to a higher bill for Saudi oil and increased consumption, official data show
Jordan plans to import about one-third of its needs of natural gas from Gaza Strips' offshore gas fields at the end of 2017, a report said.
Jordan’s National Electric Power Company (Nepco) will sign a letter of intent in
Bahrain has pledged to build another school worth $2 million for Syrian refugees in Jordan within the next six months.
The Royal Charity Organisation (RCO) signed an agreement with the Jordanian Charity Organisation (JCO) to const
Bahrain will build a $3.5 million medical centre and residential complex for Syrian refugees in Jordan.
The project will be constructed in Al Azraq refugee camp - Jordan's second largest camp - and is expected to be completed
More than 15,000 Muslim Brotherhood supporters gathered at a pro-Hamas rally in Jordan's capital on Friday, with many chanting "death to Israel" and urging the militant Palestinian group to step up rocket salvos against Israeli tow
Spanish engineering firm Elecnor was awarded a contract to build a 65-75 megawatt wind power plant in the southern region of Jordan, a report said.
The $112 million power plant - which will be located in Maan, some 220km south of Amman