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|04 September, 2018

Agreement to establish industrial complex in Jordan signed

The complex will expand over a total area of 368 dunums

A construction worker builds stones at the one of the turrets at the site of the Abdali Project in Amman June 24, 2010.

A construction worker builds stones at the one of the turrets at the site of the Abdali Project in Amman June 24, 2010.

REUTERS/Muhammad Hamed

AMMAN — Jordan Industrial Estates Corporation (JIEC) on Tuesday announced the signing of an agreement to establish an industrial complex in Muwaqqar Industrial City, the Jordan News Agency, Petra, reported.

The industrial complex will expand over a total area of 368 dunums, and include several factories specialised in the heavy engineering and basic metal industries such as copper, zinc and aluminium purification, in addition to specialised chemical industries which heavily rely on Jordanian raw materials.

The agreement was signed by JIEC Chief Executive Officer Jalal Al Debei and Taybah Metal Industries Company owner Abdullah Al Shawabka.

Debei said that this investment, one of the largest investments in the industrial cities, is a significant indicator of the efficiency of the investment environment in the industrial cities, including Muwaqqar Industrial City, which has become an economic pillar despite its recent establishment.

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