Middle East Economic Survey
Jordan Approves Supplementary Budget Of $493Mn For 2010
The Jordanian government on 5 October passed a temporary law approving a JD350mn ($493mn) supplementary budget for 2010 to cover additional allocations to some current and capital expenditure. In the absence of a sitting parliament temporary laws are passed by the government. According to the Minister of Finance Muhammad Abu Hammur, the supplementary budget will not increase...
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