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Jordan’s tax reforms to take centre stage in anniversary report

Jul 25,2017 - Last updated at Jul 25,2017

Jordan’s efforts to create an investor-friendly environment while still generating the tax revenues it needs for its annual budget, will be examined in a forthcoming anniversary report by the  research and consultancy firm Oxford Business Group (OBG).

Marking OBG’s 15th year of operations in the kingdom, The Report: Jordan 2017 will include an analysis of the country’s tax framework, which has evolved significantly in recent years, against a backdrop of rising competition from global markets.

The publication will highlight the measures implemented to stimulate local businesses and boost FDI, especially in under-developed and export-oriented sectors of the economy.

EY has signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) with OBG for the Group’s 2017 report on the country. Under the MoU, the professional services firm will team up once again with OBG to contribute to the Tax chapter of The Report: Jordan 2017.

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