Zarqa and Mafraq exports down by 6 percent.
Ruslan added that a surge in exports in the last few weeks of 2009 indicates a positive sign of recovery for the Jordanian economy from the repercussions of the global economic meltdown.
He urged the Central Bank of Jordan CBJ to address fund facilities by local banks to promote the industry sector and create attractive investment climate.
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|Date:||Jan 3, 2010|
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