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Jordan Economic Monitor, Fall 2015 : A Hiccup Amidst Sustained Resilience and Committed Reforms

TARIFFS GROWTH RATES HOLDING COMPANY STABLE SOCIETY MONETARY POLICY FINANCIAL SERVICES EXPORT MARKETS DEPOSITS CUSTOMER SKILLED WORKERS COMPETITIONS INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY SEED CAPITAL DISPOSABLE INCOME E-COMMERCE INCOME INTEREST CREDIT FACILITIES FOREIGN OWNERSHIP EXPECTATIONS PRODUCERS EMERGING ECONOMIES TREASURY BOND EXCHANGE ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENTS LIQUIDITY LABOR FORCE DOMESTIC MARKET EQUITY MARKET REVENUES PORTFOLIO FISCAL POLICY CAPITAL ADEQUACY BONDS INCENTIVES STARTUP GLOBAL CAPITAL MARKET MODELS FACTORS OF PRODUCTION PRICE VENTURE CAPITALISTS TAX INCOME TAX MARKET ACCESS BANKRUPTCY REGULATORY AUTHORITY FREE TRADE DEVELOPING COUNTRY DEVELOPED COUNTRIES BANK LENDING MARKET PARTICIPANTS CENTRAL BANK ECONOMIC ACTIVITY MACROECONOMIC STABILITY COMMUNICATIONS LABOR MARKET OIL PRICES SAVINGS EXPANSIONARY POLICY OIL CURRENCY GROSS DEBT PRICE VOLATILITY GLOBAL CAPITAL OPTIONS INTEREST RATES ENERGY RESOURCES SUPPLY SHOCKS DEBT CAPITAL MARKET FISCAL CONSOLIDATION FOREIGN ASSETS BUSINESS PRACTICES SOCIAL PROTECTION VENTURE CAPITAL ECONOMIC POLICIES POLICY DECISIONS PRIVATE CAPITAL SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT EXPORT MARKET REAL GROWTH RATES SUBSIDIES REAL ESTATE LIBERALIZATION FOREIGN CURRENCY TAXES FISCAL DEFICIT GOVERNMENT BUDGETS RESOURCES UNEMPLOYMENT PROPERTY LAW POTENTIAL INVESTORS EQUITY INVESTORS SOVEREIGN DEBT WAGES VOLATILITY TRANSPARENCY BARRIERS UNEMPLOYMENT RATE MARKET CONDITIONS STARTUPS FUTURE REPUTATION POLICY MAKERS CURRENT ACCOUNT BALANCE CREDIT TREASURY BILLS TRADE DEFICIT DEMAND OUTPUT GAP VENTURE CAPITAL FUND ENVIRONMENTS EXPENDITURES PROPERTY DECISION MAKING JOB CREATION ENVIRONMENT COST REDUCTION LOCAL CURRENCY TREASURY OUTPUT ENERGY EFFICIENCY EXPOSURE INSURANCE TRADE INTERESTS LAND INVESTOR SECURITY REFORM PROGRAMS DOMESTIC ECONOMY FINANCIAL MARKET GROWTH RATE STOCK EXCHANGE BUSINESS CLIMATE INVESTMENT VENTURE CAPITAL FUNDS BOND COMMERCIAL BANKS SHARE INVESTMENT CLIMATE COLLATERAL TREASURY BONDS FINANCE CORPORATION FINANCIAL MARKETS BUSINESS ENVIRONMENT BANKING REVENUE MOBILE PHONES FOREIGN COMPANIES PERSONAL SAVINGS HIGH UNEMPLOYMENT INVESTMENTS CONSUMER PRICE INDEX WORLD TRADE EXTERNAL FINANCING COMMODITIES EXCHANGE RATE RENEWABLE ENERGY ACCELERATOR FOOD PRICES PROFITS POLICY INSTRUMENTS COST SAVINGS COMMUNICATIONS TECHNOLOGY COMMODITY PRICES NETWORK OF INVESTORS COMMODITY OUTSOURCING PRICES COMPETITION
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World Bank, Washington, DC
Middle East and North Africa | Jordan
2016-01-11T18:07:23Z | 2016-01-11T18:07:23Z | 2015-10-01

The Jordan economic monitor provides an update on key economic developments and policies over the past six months. It also presents findings from recent World Bank work on Jordan. It places them in a longer-term and global context, and assesses the implications of these developments and other changes in policy for the outlook for the country. Its coverage ranges from the macro-economy to financial markets to indicators of human welfare and development. It is intended for a wide audience, including policy makers, business leaders, financial market participants, and the community of analysts and professionals engaged in Jordan.

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