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Cabinet allocates Jerash plot of land for Indian factory

By JT - Nov 13,2017 - Last updated at Nov 13,2017

AMMAN — State Minister for Investment Affairs Muhannad Shehadeh said that the Cabinet approved allocation of a 10-dunum plot of land for an Indian investor to establish a textile factory in Jerash’s Souf town.

The factory, estimated at a JD5 million investment’s value, will create 400 jobs for the residents of Jerash, 45km north of Amman, the Jordan News Agency, Petra, reported.

The total land required for the factory will amount to 88 dunums, according to Petra. The minister said that Jerash’s investment map includes establishing 10 projects worth JD11 million.  



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