AMMAN –– The Ministry of Planning and International Cooperation is working to provide more than $385 million to finance priority projects in governorates during the coming three years, according to a ministry’s statement released on Wednesday. During a meeting for the national team supervising the implementation of development projects in governorates for 2012-2014, Planning and International Cooperation Secretary General Saleh Kharabsheh said the Gulf Development Fund has approved to provide $200 million to implement priority projects in the Kingdom’s 12 governorates. The ministry is awaiting for Qatar’s approval to provide $150 million to support the implementation of projects in governorates over the coming three years, Kharabsheh said. The ministry has also reached an agreement with the EU to support the implementation of development programmes in governorates with 35 million euros during the coming three years, Kharabsheh added.
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Planning ministry working to secure $385m for projects in governorates
By JT - Dec 26,2012 - Last updated at Dec 26,2012
The European Union (EU) is ready to support the state budget with a programme worth 25 million euros over the next three years in light of the achievements made in reforming and developing the country’s microfinance sector, Planning and International Cooperation Secretary General Saleh Kharabsheh said on Sunday.
A delegation from the International Monetary Fund (IMF) will visit Jordan in September to review the performance of the economy and consequently decide the third tranche of the loan, the Finance Ministry said on Monday.
The government plans to implement a total of 1,801 development projects in 10 governorates over three years to create around 107,600 job opportunities, an official report showed Sunday.
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