The Fiscal and Regulatory Framework: 5.1 Taxation in Jordan

Haddad, Asem P.
February 2004
Doing Business with Jordan;2004, p259
Book Chapter
Chapter 5.1 of the book "Doing Business With Jordan" is presented. It offers an overview of taxation in the country. To attract direct and indirect foreign investments as well as national investments, it has amended, revised and modernized most of its business laws and regulations. Tax treaties with several countries, including Egypt and Canada, have been signed by the country.


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