AMMAN - The Jordan Investment Commission (JIC) on Tuesday announced that it will continue to provide services related to investment projects remotely, even when work resumes as normal.
In a statement, the commission said that it will receive all applications through www.jic.gov.jo or the Jordan Investment Commission App, while in-person applications will be restricted to urgent cases, the Jordan News Agency, Petra, reported.
The JIC, through the emergency and work sustainability plan developed to handle inquiries and applications related to investment projects, has managed to continue its work, the statement added, noting that this year, “all services provided to investors will be automated to improve the commission’s services and save time, effort and cost”.
JIC Chairman Khaled Wazani on Monday had highlighted the JIC’S early warning plan developed prior to the pandemic to ensure that business continues amid crisis situations. The commission has been working to offer all services remotely through e-platforms.
During a virtual dialogue session themed “Investment is an opportunity during challenging times”, Wazani said that Jordan has been able to “transform the difficult circumstances of the crisis into an opportunity that can be built upon in the future”, Petra reported.
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