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Jordan to ‘easily’ exceed $2bn investment inflow

Awni Rushoud, acting the CEO of the Jordan Investment Board (JIB), has said the kingdom is set to 'easily' exceed its $2bn investment inflow target for this year, Jordan Times has reported. South Korea will make up most of the expected foreign investments, which nearly reached $1bn in the first quarter, he said. Jordan will be targeting investors on a list of 11 countries during the second half of 2012 including Kuwait, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, Italy, Spain, the US and China, among others, Rushoud added.