GFH says Jordanian projects go on

Published November 17th, 2005 - 07:54 GMT

Gulf Finance House (GFH), the Bahrain-based Islamic investment bank behind the $1 billion Royal Metropolis in Jordan, stated it will continue investing in the kingdom and the development of its project is on fast track.


According to the GDN, GFH chief executive officer and board member Esam Janahi said their confidence in the investment climate of Jordan remains intact. He maded these comments following last week's bombing attacks on Jordanian hotels, which killed 57 people.


He cited the instance of the $300 million Jordan Gate project, which is spread over an area of 28,500 square metres as a reflection of the strong ongoing partnership between regional and global investors.

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