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Oqlah promotes Jordan's investment climate, opportunities to DNATA chief

By JT - Aug 22,2015 - Last updated at Aug 22,2015

AMMAN — Jordan has a promising investment environment with many available opportunities and advantages in different sectors, Investment Commission President Montaser Oqlah said Saturday.

At a meeting with Gary Chapman, president of  Dubai National Air Travel Agency (DNATA), and Dana Odwan, chief executive officer of the company's branch in Jordan, Oqlah noted that  the next phase will witness a new strategy in investment and business environment in the Kingdom, according to a commission statement sent to The Jordan Times.

Dnata began trading from a small shop in Bur Dubai souk in 1959 with just two members of staff and now is one of the world's largest air services providers offering ground handling, cargo, travel and flight catering services across five continents, according to the company's website.

Oqlah said the new investment incentives by law guarantees neutrality, transparency and justice in providing exemptions for projects that fall under one sector, in line with unified standards.

The delegates expressed their appreciation for the commission's president and his endeavours to acquaint them on the investment environment in Jordan, and to find solutions to problems they face, the statement added.

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