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IMF team reviewing Jordanian economic reforms

By Petra - Feb 24,2015 - Last updated at Feb 24,2015

AMMAN – A team from the International Monetary Fund (IMF) is carrying out a two-week review of Jordanian economic reforms.

The IMF executives are scheduled to meet with officials at  the Ministry of Finance, Central Bank of Jordan and other government institutions to discuss the Kingdom’s economic performance under the sixth review of a three-year programme supported by a stand-by-agreement, according to Finance Ministry Secretary General Ezeddin Kanakriyeh.

He noted that despite the challenges, the Kingdom’s reforms have “greatly” contributed to improving most economic and financial indicators in a way that helped achieving financial and monetary stability. 

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