Five billion Dinars in credit granted in Jordan in 2001
The Jordanian Central Bank estimated the total direct credit awarded to the various economic sectors in the Kingdom at five billion Jordanian Dinars ($7.04 billon) by the end of August 2001, compared with JD 4.5 billion by the end of the same month in the previous year.
The Bank also reported that the value foreign currency credit increased from JD 610 million to JD 645 million during the same period, reported Al-Gomhuria .
The general trade sector occupied first place in terms of receiving credit with a JD 1.2 billion credit volume by the end of August 2001, compared with a JD 1.2 billion credit volume at the end of August 2000. — (menareport.com)
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