IMF’s Shafik Says Jordan Taking Steps To Address Challenges
The IMF Deputy Managing Director Nemat Shafik has pointed out that the conflict in Syria and related large refugee inflows, high energy and food prices, and lower gas supplies from Egypt have exerted pressure on Jordan’s external and fiscal positions. Speaking at the end of a visit to ‘Amman, Ms Shafik said that the Jordanian authorities have taken “decisive steps” to...
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