MPs Object To Jordan March Product Price Rise
The Jordanian government faced criticism from parliament as it raised prices of oil derivatives for March. Jordan has adjusted its domestic petroleum product prices monthly to align them with international prices after fossil fuel subsidies were lifted in November (MEES, 16 November 2012).
The March increase was rejected by a large number of deputies – over 90 out of 150 –...
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