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By Jawad Anani - Mar 12,2018
Central Bank of Jordan (CBJ) Governor Ziad Fariz will leave for the future a legacy which will be identified by two main buzzwords.
By Jawad Anani - Mar 05,2018
When the International Monetary Fund-sponsored adjustment programme showed the high socio-economic and fiduciary costs of increasing government revenues, many politicians acknowledged the fact.
By Jawad Anani - Feb 26,2018
Multilateral diplomacy is the collective diplomatic and political action of three parties or more. The United Nations is the largest of them all.
By Jawad Anani - Feb 19,2018
Prime Minister Hani Mulki kept the country busy and apprehensive over his health condition. Thank God it turned out that he has a curable form of cancer.
By Jawad Anani - Feb 13,2018
No matter how euphemistically expressed, the International Monetary Fund's (IMF) formula which the consecutive Jordanian governments have been religiously adapting is bad news. Let me explain why.The GDP over the period of 2011-2017 has been growing only in nominal terms.
By Jawad Anani - Feb 06,2018
By sheer accident, I sat over lunch next to Mr Ghiath Sukhtian and his wife Nadia Abdulhadi-Sukhtian. As our conversation extended, I found out that this impressive lady is fluent not only in Arabic, but also in both English and German.
By Jawad Anani - Jan 29,2018
We need a serious strategic change in our economic model or paradigm in Jordan.
By Jawad Anani - Jan 22,2018
Now that the 2018 State Budget Law has passed in both the Lower House and the Upper House, it is ready for the ratification and publication in the Official Gazette.Its ratification means that the new government policy is directing subsidy of bread to qualified Jordanian consumers
By Jawad Anani - Jan 08,2018
The pile of challenging issues on His Majesty King Abdullah's desk is mounting, at the bottom of which are the issues which the social media is busy writing about.
By Jawad Anani - Dec 24,2017
If you ask an ordinary news addict to name the most important events of 2017, he or she will point to elections in major countries like Germany, Japan, Austria, Iran, etc… . He may cite the rise of young people to power in Saudi Arabia, Austria, France other than Canada.



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